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UNiION OF SOUTH AFRICA 



REPORT 



OF THE 



MTIYES LAND COMMISSION. 



VOLUME I. 



Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Excellency 

the Governor-General. 



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LIST OF THE CONTENTS OF THE TWO VOLUMES. 



Volume I. 

PAGES. 

Report of the Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-40 

Minute of dissent by the Chairman in regard to the deHmitation of 

Natal and Zululand 41-42 

Appendix I, being copy of the Commission^issued by^H. E. the Governor- 
General ^ . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 1 

Appendix II, being a list of matters referred to the Commission by the 

Minister of Native Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 

Appendix III, being Statistical Returns showing the approximate areas 
of various classes of land occupied by Natives in : — 

(a) Province of the Cape of Good Hope . . . . . . 2-4 

{b) Province of Natal . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 

(c) Province of the Transvaal . . . . . . . . . . 7 

(d) Province of the Orange Free State . . ; . . . 8 

(e) Union of South Africa . . . . . . . . . . 9 

Appendix IV, being Statistical Returns showing the approximate number 
of Natives occupying various classes of land in : — 

(a) Province of the Cape of Good Hope . . . . . . 2-4 

(b) Province of Natal . . 5-6 

(c) Province of the Transvaal . . . . . . . . . . 7 

{d) Province of the Orange Free State . . . . . . 8 

(e) Union of South Africa . . . . . . . . . . 9 

Appendix V, being a chart showing graphically the approximate extents 

of various classes of land in the four Provinces and the Union . 1 

Appendix VI, being a chart showing graphically the approximate number 
of Natives occupying various classes of land in the four Provinces 
and the Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 

Appendix VII, being a key map indicating the areas recommended by 

the Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 

Appendix VIII, Reports of Assessors, namely : — 

(a) Report by Sir W. H. Beaumont, and Mr. A. H. Stanford 1-4 

(b) Report by Col. W. E. M. Stanford 5-6 

(c) Report by Mr. W. R. Colhns 7 

(d) Report by Mr. A. E. Gilfillan 7-11 



Volume II. 
Appendix IX, being : — PAOBS. 

(a) An alphabetical index of witnesses examined . . . . 1-17 

(b) An index of districts referred to in the Evidence .. 18-20 

(c) Minutes of the Evidence . . . . . . . . . . 1-641 

Appendix X, being documentary evidence placed before the Commission, 
namely : — 

(a) Statement by the Barolong deputation . . . . . . I 

(6) Petition by the Eastern Native Vigilance Meeting, 

Bethlehem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 

fTJ-G. 19— '16.] 



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PAGES. 

(c) Copy of Petition presented to Pnrlianientfjliy tlic Griquas 2 

((/) Statement 1)y Mr. J. W. dc Kock. coneerning the Native 

Reserves in Mafeking District .. .. .. .. 3 

(f) Statement (aceompanied by three enclosures) by the 

Town Clerk of Mafekinp. relative^to the extension of the 
Town Conmionapo by the inclusion of a portion of the 
Molopo Native Reserve . . . . . . . . 4-7 

(/) Certain roconiniendations submitted by Ex-Headman 

Maklioliso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8 

(g) Statement by Mr. J. C. Sweeney, Magistrate, King William's 

Town, regarding Mbem's Location . . . . 8-9 

(A) Petition by certain European farmers, relative to the 

Mount Coke Out.span. King William's Town. . . . . 9 

(t) Statement by Headman Mlilambiso, relative to the boun- 
daries of his Location .. .. .. .. 10 

{j) Statement by the Native landowners of Rabula, Wolf 

River and Lenye, in the District of King William's Town 10-11 

(k) Letter from the Berlin Village Management Board urging 

that Berlin should be a European Area . . . . 11 

(I) Statement by Elifas Sibiya and four others praying for 
relief from the Act, and for the extension of Native 
Reserves .. .. .. .. .. .. 12-16 

(m) Statement concerning the Nuim family .. .. .. 16 

(n) Statement l\v the Rev. H. K. Leisegang containing views 
as to the extent of land which should be reser\'ed for 
Natives in Natal and also certain other views in connec- 
tion with the Act 17-20 

(o) Letter from the Bishop of Zululand amplifying the verbal 

evidence given by him . . . . . . . . . . 20 

Appendix XT, being extracts from the Reports of Magistrates and 

other officials (with index) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-57 

Appendix XII, being a list of the places visited by the Commission 1 

Appendix XTIT, being Minutes of the Proceedings of the Commission 1-54 






REPORT 

OF THE 

NATIVES LAND COMMISSION. 



To His Excellency The Eight HoNornABLE Yiscocxt Buxton-, Member of 
ITis Majesty's HoxorRABLE Privy Council, Knight Grand Cross of the 
AIosT Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, High Com- 
missioner FOR South Africa, Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief 
IN and over the Union of South Africa. 



We, the undersigned Coiniiiissioners, having been appointed under a Com- 
mission* issued by tlie I'ight llonouralile Viscount Gladstone, P.C., K.C.M.O., 
di.li'd the 27tli August, 191^, have the honour to submit our Eepoit iu terms of 
that Commission. 

Preface. 

2. (i) Your Exf-ellency's Commissioners were ap])oiuted in terms of .section Apvointment. 
two of the Natives Land Act, 1913, to encjuire into and report: — 

(a) What areas within the Union of South Africa should lie set apart as 

areas with which Natives shall not be permitted to acquire or hire 

land or interests in land : 
(h) What areas wilhin the Union of South Africa should be set apart as 

areas within which persons other than Natives shall not be permitted 

to acquire or hire land or interests in land; 

and the terms of reference included the following additional dutv : — 

■' and further to enquire into and report upon any matters incidental to 
'' the setting apart of such areas which may be placed before them by 
"the Minister of Native Affairs." 

(ii) Section two of the Act directs that the " Commission shall submit with 
any such report : — 

(a) description of the boundaries of any area which it proposes should be 

set apart, and 

(b) a map or maps showing every such area." 

3. The Commission held its first meeting at Pretoria on the cSth September, First Meeting. 
1913. It was met and wolconied by the Minister then in charge of Native Affairs. 

the Hon. F. S. Malan. who informed the Commissioners that he had no special 
instructicns to give them, and that they wi-re to be guided solely by the terms of 
the Act and their Commission. 

4. (i) Some delay was caused by the difficulty of securing the services of a Staff, 
suitable Secretary, familiar with both English and Dutch, but evenlually Mr. 

C. E. Yiljoen, formerly Piivate Secretary to the late the Hon. Mr. Sauer, was 
appointed as Secretary; Mr. C. M. Hoffe, of the Department of -Tu.^tice, was ap- 
pointed as Assistant Secretary ; and Mr. H. J. Barker as Shorthand Writer and 
Typi.st. 

(ii) It subsequently became necessary to appoint a skilled Draughtsman «o 
prepare the maps required by the Commission. Mr. A. T. Yerdoorn was .•^elected 
for this purpose, and attached to the office of the Surveyor-General of the Trans- 
vaal, at Pretoria. 

5. Owing to the unsettled state of the country consequent upon the Rebellion I'elay. 
and the European War, the operations of the Commission had to be suspended 

early in September. 1914. The Second Natal Itinerary, which was to have com- 
menced at Pieterniaritzburg on the 9th September. 1914. and which would have 
completed the field work of the Commission, was postponed indefinitely and nor 
resumed until the 19th May, 1915. 

_ * Appendix I. 

[U.G. 19— '16.] *^ B 



2 Report. 

Extension of time (J TIlis long (leliiv necessitated iin apjjiiration to Parliament for an extension 

" '^'^''^ ■ cif time ill terms of sub-seetidu CJ) of section two ot the Act. Tliis was pranted 

liy IJesdlutioii adojited hy the Mouse of Assembly on the 13th April, 1015. :inii 
concurred in hy llie Senate on the 16th idem as follows: — 

" That the period within which the Conimission appointed in terms mI 
"section tiro of the Natives Land Act. l!)l-"{, is reijuired to complete 
" its en(|uir\- and present its report and recommendations, be extended 
•from the L'Oth .luiie. 1915, to the lUtli June, 1916." 

Staff cholines. - ^jj 'j'jig services of the Shorthand-writer and the Messenger were dispenscil 

with in September, 1!)14, when the work of tlie Commission was iutcrruptetl . 
but the rest of the staff were kept on, as there was much to be done in connection 
with the printing of the evidence and the preparation of statistics and maps. 

(ii) Further <le])l('tion of tlic Cummission's staff took jilaco bv (he traiister of 
Mr. liotfe to the Department of- Railways from tiie 1st December, 1914, and Mr. 
Viljoen to the Department of Justice from the 18th February. 1915. 

(iii) Mr. R. S. ^[e<lfoi-(l, of the Department of Native Affairs, was appointeil 
Secretary on Mr. \'iljoen"s transfer, and Mrs. .F. T. Wallcnsteiu was appointeil 
Typiste and Shorthand-writer. 

(iv) The Commission desires here to record its high appreciation of tiie ser- 
vices rendered by the several members of its staff, all of whom have performed 
their duties with commendable zeal and ability. Mr. Medfoid has had a parti- 
cularly ditiicult task, inasmuch as he took over liis duties when the CommissMin 
had almost completed its preliminary work, and was con.secjuenlly placed at a 
great disadvantage. 

Procedure. 

8. (i) Consitlering the extent of the C^nion, the limited time at the disposal 
of the Commission, and the many important mattei-s affecting large classes of liie 
population, which had necessarily to stand over peixling tlie Rejiort of the Com- 
mission and action thereon by Parliament, the Commission did not atteinj)t to 
investigate miniitelv the details of everj district. To have done .so would have 
unduly prolonged the work of the Commission without commensurate gain. The 
Commission has, therefore, been largely guiiled by (he evidence and the advice 
of Government officials and of those who, bv long residence, had a close and 
intimate knowledsje of the details of each district. 

(ii) The Commission first called for reports, maps and statistical information 
from the Magistrates of every district of the rnion, and then visited selected 
centres for the purpose of taking the evidence of officials, of invited witnesses 
(European and Native) and of tlio.sc of the general jiublic who desired to give the 
Commission the benefit of their views and experience, oi- to submit for its con- 
sideration any matter affecting their persmial or local interests. Excursions 
were al.so made to various parts where it seemed desirable to obtain first-hand 
knowledge of any particular locality 

(iii) A list of the plares visited bv the Conimissinn is given in Appendix 
XIT. 

(iv) To expedite the work of the Commission it became necessary to take 
advantage of the provisions of sub-section (2) of section t)iicc of the Act by dele- 
gating individual members of the Commission to represent and carry out the 
work of the Commission in certain areas. This was done on the following 
occasions, viz. : — 

(a) The Chairman of the Commission, together with Mr. A. II. Stanford. 

Chief Magistrate of the Transkciaii Territories, as A.ssessor. was .ip- 
pointed a sub-commission to carry out the encjuiry of the Commission 
in the Transkei, the other members of the Commission taking evidence 
at Cape Town. 

(b) Colonel Stiinford was delegated to visit the Knysna, Human.sdorp and 

Port Elizalieth Districts; General Schulk Hurger and Mr. Collins were 
delegated to visit Middelbiirg (Transvaal): and Mr. Collins to visit 
the Barberton and Lydenburg Districts for the jmrpose of making cer- 
tain investigations, 
(v) The provision in sub-section (2) of section l/irer ot the Act, regarding 
the ap])ointment of jiersons to assist the Commi.ssinn or to act as As.sessors, was 
taken advantage of on two occasions, viz.: — 

(1) The appointment of Mr. A. H. Stanford as Assessor for the Trans- 
keian Territories as ajready mentioned ; 



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(2) The appointment of Mr. A. E. Gilfillan, Assistant Magistrate, King 

William's Town, as an Assessor for the purpose of making certain 

enquiries on belialf of the Commission in the Cathcart, Stutterheiui 

and Komgha Districts. 

The thanks of the Commission are specially due to these two gentlemen, 

wlio, by their intimate acquaintance with the Natives and the country, were able 

1(1 render verv valuable a.ssistance in the delimitation of the Transkeian and 

Cis-Keian Districts. 

(vi) The Commission also desires to express its apprecia^tion of the valuable 
information and assistance it received from the Secretary for Jfative Affairs, the 
Secretary for Lands, the .Surveyors-General of the several Provinces, the Chief 
Native Commissioner of Natal, and from many of the Magistrates and Native 
Commissioners throughout the I'nion, who have shown great interest in the vork 
of the Commission and have snared no pains in collecting the information and 
statistics required. 

(vii) Extracts from some of the Magisterial Reports have been printed, and 
:ire appended («). The extracts are either typical of existing conditions or refer 
to some particular matter which requires special notice. 

Evidence. 

9. (i) In view of the fact that the Commission would be informed and 
influenced as much by what it saw and conversationally learned during its travels 
as by the formal evidence of witnesses, it was considered unnecessary to record 
the viva voce evidence in the usual manner of question and answer, but that it 
would be sufficient to record it in a narrative form, thus saving miich time and 
expen.se. The evidence has not been arranged chronologically, but, as far as 
poi-sible, according to Provinces, and where practicable according to Districts. 

* (ii) The list of witnesses examined (6) and a copy of the evidence taken is 
attached hereto {(■), as also are copies of all documents put in by witnesses which 
are not embodied in the evidence {d). 

10. (i) The Statistical Keturns attached to this Report {c) were partly pre- 
pared by the ^Issistant Secretary, Mr. Iloffe, tiom the returns sent in l)y Magis- 
trates and other officials and from the Census Returns of 1911, and they were 
completed by the present Secretary. 

(ii) Great difficulty has been experienced in obtaining some of the returns 
asked for; those appended are as accurate as the available data permit. 

(iii) The returns purport to show the ownership and occupation of land* 
throughout the Union under the following heads: — 

(a) Native Reserves. 

(6) Mission Reserves and Mission Lands. 

(c) Native-owned lands (including land grants to tribes and individuals). 

{d) Crown Lands. 

(e) European-owned lands (including Crown Lands held under lease). 

(iv) From these returns it will be seen that the total areas under Native 
occupation (including trading stations and mission glebe.s) are as follows: — 

(a) Native Reserves. 
(Including individual allotments.) 



Province. 



Extent in Morgen. 



Percentapo of Area 
of Province. 



Cape 
Natal 
Transvaal 
Orange Free State 



7.115..561 


8-t7 


2,897.120 


22-83 


1.077.513 


3 -22 


74,290 


•48 



Union 



11,164,484 



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(a) Appendix XI. : (6) Appendix IX. ; (c) Appendix IX. ; (d) Appendix X. ; (e) Appendices III. and IV- 

[U.G. 19— '16.] 



Eeport. 

(!i) Mis.siun licscrrc.-i >inil Mi.ssion I.nnil.y 



Province. 



Percontapp of Area 
Extent in Morgon. of Province. 



Capo 

Natal 

Trans vival 

Orange Free State 



238,074 


•28 


152,507 


1-42 


116.331 


•34 


31,431 


•20 



Union 



538,343 



•36 



(c) Native-owned Lands. 
(Including in some cases land owned by coloured persons.) 



Province. 



Percent oKo of Area 
Extent in Morgen. of Province. 



Cape 
Natal 
Transvaal 
Orange Free State 



397,973 


•47 


176,834 


1-66 


298.731 ' 


•89 


128,501 


•84 



Union 



1,002,039 



(d) Crown Lands. 
(Not including land leased to Europeans.) 



Province. 



[ Percentage of Area 
Extent in Morgen. . of Province. 



Cape 

Natal 

Transvaal 

Orange Free State 



58,998 


•07 


340,802 


3-20 


542,480 


1-62 



Union 



942,280 



•65 



Tiistribation of 
Natives. 



(e) European-owned Land. 
(Including Crown Land leased to Europeans.) 



Province. 



Areas pi Morgon. 



Occupied by 

Europeans or 

tJnoccupied. 



Occupied by 

Natives. 



Total. 



Cape 3 

Natal 

Trau.'ivaal 

Orange ; Free^ State 


65,396,536 98,427 65,494,063 

5.144.696 1,012,139 6,156,835 

20,383,341 3,045,763 23,429,104 

14,787,765 .. 14,787,765 


Union 


105,712.338 4.156.329 109.808.667 



11. Another set of returns indicate the distrihution of Natives throughout 
the Union, and the outline.^ of such distribution may be given as follows: — 



Report. 

(a) Xinnher of N-rilives on Various Classes of Land. 



Province. 



Native- 
Reserves. Mission owned 
. Lands. Lands. 



European Farms. 



Crown ' Unoccu- j 
Lands. pied by 
Euro- 
peans. 



Occupied 

by I 
Europeans.! 



Total Total 
Rural Urban 
Popula- Popula- 
tion, tion. 



Cape .. 1,149,438 24,335 39,272 1 12,524 7,592' 240,357 1,473,518 127,990 

Natal 479,822 44,535 39,250 37,070 85,505 357,946 1,044,128 37,954 

Transvaal .. 283,14424,024 40,430 1 71,511 232,082 1 408,6381,059,829 322,456 
Orange Free , 

State .. 17,200 1,768 4,696- .. .. 279,375 303,039 48,751 



Union 



1.929,60494,662 123,648 !121,105 1325,179 1,286,3163,880,514 537,151 



(1)) Number of Natives per Square Mile on Various Classes of Land. 



Province. 



Reserves. 



Mission 
Lands. 



Native - 

owned 

Lands. 



, European Farms. 

Crown Unoccupied Occupied 
Lands. by by 

Europeans. Europeans. 



Cape ..... 48-8 30 -90 

Xatal . . 50-08 88 -30 

Transvaal . . 79 -45 62 -44 

Orange Free State 70-00 17-00 



29-83 
67-11 
40-92 
11 -05 



64-18 
32-89 
39-86 



23-32 
25-54 
23-04 



1 -11 

21 -03 

6-06 

5-71 



Union 



52 -26 



53-17 



37-31 



38-86 



23-65 



3-69 



(c) Morgen per Unit occupied by Natives on Various Classes of Land. 



Province. 



Reserves. 



Mission 
Lands. 



Native- 
owned 
Lands. 



j Crown 
Lands. 



European Farms 

Unoccupied by 

Europeans. 



Cape 


6-1 


8-1 


10-1 


4-7 


12-9 


Natal 


6-0 


3-4 


4-5 


9-1 


11-8 


Transvaal 


3-8 


4-8 


7-3 


7 -5 


13-1 


Orange Free State 


4-5 


17-7 


27-5 


i 





Union 



o •/ 



8-1 



7-7 



12-7 



12. TlieJlaps furnished with this Report are as follows: — 

(Ij Maps * of the foui- Provimes iudicatiug by various colours the follow- 
ing classes of land: — 
(a) Native Resei-ves; 
(6) Mission Reserves and Mission lands; 

(c) Native-owned lands ; 

(d) Crown lands occupied by Natives; 

(e) Crown lands occupied by Europeans; 

(/) Crown lands not included in (d) and (e); 
[g) European lands solely occupied by Natives; 
(/i) European lands occupied by Europeans and Natives or en- 
tirely unoccupied, 
and showing the areas recuninicndcd. 

(2) A map* of the Union embodying the details comprised in the Pro- 

vincial maps. 

(3) A key map of ihe Union indicafiug the areas recommended. 

(4) A diagram illustrating the extents of the various classes of laud. 

(5) A dia<rr.im illustrating the Native population occupying the various 
• classes of land. 



[U.G. 19-16.] 



Not printed. 



6 REi'onr. 

M.vriKiis I{i:iKititi-;i) Id riii. CuMMis'^inN in ink Minisikk oi- X.\ii\k Aiimiis. 

13. Several matters were referred liy tlie Minister nt Xati\e Afl'a'is fur t'le 
(•(msideratioii of tlie ("(Hmnissioii, and tiiese liave lM>eii separately rejinrted upon, 
'i'lie matters s(] retVirei! are given ;n ApixMidix II. 

14. liefore jiioeeediiifj to the special statuiory leeoniniendations re(|Uire<i 
from them, the Commissioners desire to reeord their iinatiimons recommendations 
on the following; matters, which are of importance in any .delimitation whicls 
may he sanctioned hy Parliament: - 

.ScuKUui.ED Native Aiiicas Fallixc; within EonovE/VN Aiieas. 

15. It will he seen later on in this I'ejiort that the recommendations of the 
Commission will have the effect of placinp certain isolated Native areas which are 
scheduled under the Act within jjroposed I'luropean areas. These areas are for the 
most j)art communally occupied, and the Commission recommends: — 

" That the occupants of .my area aiieady scheduled under the Act which 
" falls within a defined Eurojiean area sliould he protected in their 
" existing rights so ihvA no expropriation of that area or removal of 
" its occupants be carrii>d out except with the consent of Parliament 
" conveyed by an Act." 

Mission Stations in European Areas. 

16. Missionary effort has in many ])arts estal)lished mission stations on 
privately-owned land throughout the Union. In many cases these stations fall 
within areas recommended as European areas, and the Commission recom- 
mends : — 

" Where any mission station exciiiptcd iiiidcr Ncctioii r/c//// (I) (//) of (lie \cl 
" falls within a defined European area the Society or Church cairying 
■' on mission work at such station he allowed to use the land aftaclu-d 
" to such mission station for Native occupation so long as mission 
"work is bona fide carried on; this permission, however, .should not 
" permit the alienation of the laud to Natives except with the consent 
"of the Governor-General." 

EuROPEAN-OWNEn L.VM) F.\I.I.IN(i WITHIN XaIIVK AiiKAS A.Mi \'icK Vr.KSA. 

17. In an)' delimitation of the I'nion into separate areas there must inevitably 
be cases of Eurojiean-owned lands falling within Native areas and Native-owned 
lands falling within European areas. It does not appear to the Commission to 
he |)racticahle that a general expropriation of these particular lauds as confem- 
])hited l)v section four of Act No. -7 of l!)l.'{, can he carried out. 

Taking this into consideration, the Commission recommends: — 

(i) (a) That where European-owned land falls within a Native area, exist- 
ing lights should not be interfered with until the Government decides 
to exercise its rights of expro])riation or the owner desires to sell. 

(b) In the event of the t.wner desiring to sell his land, and not being able 
to obtain a Native purchasei-, then the Government shall either 

(i) Expropriate the same, or 
(ii) Grant permission for its sale to an European. 

(ii) That similar conditions ince versa should attach to Native-owned lands 
falling within an European area. 

Mineral Rights. 

IS. The question of the treatment of mineral rights in the event of expropria- 
tion was sjiecially brought to the notice of the Commission by the representatives 
of the Transvaal Land Owners' Association. 

The Commission does not feel called upon to deal with the general question 
of mineral rights. Parliament having specially refened to such rights in section 
eifflit (/), but it recommends: — 

" That in the event of the expropriation for Native purposes of iMiropean- 
■' owned land situate in a Native area, the Government shall not be 
" obliged to purchase the mineral rights of the owner, and the owner 
" shall be permitted to retain his mineral rights if he so desire." 



Report. 7 

Native Townships. 

19. A number of small townships, which are practically Native townships, 
are situated within propdsed Euinppan areas, and tlie evidence broug'ht before 
the Commission tends to sliow that such townships near towns and iudu.strial 
centres serve a very useful purpose. 

The Commission is much impressed with the desirability of providing for 
Ihe eslablishnient of such townships within defined European areas in the interests 
not only of the European community l)ut also of the Natives themselves. 
Tlie Commission, therefore, recommends: — 

" That the Government should be given stalufory authority t<i establish 
" or to consent to the establisliment whenever desirable of Native 
" townsiiips within European areas at such places and under such coii- 
" ditions as Tnay seem fit." 

Trading Stations. 

20. Both in the areas .scheduled under the Act and in the areas recommended 
as Native areas a considera])le number of trading stations exist on land held 
bv Europeans under various forms of tenure ranging from outright grants to 
lea.«es terminable at short notice. 

At many of the trading stations c(msiderable improvements have been 
dVected. valuable l)uildings erected and large stocks carried, and the present 
condition of the Natives as a body shows little probability of trading being taken 
up by them for some time to come. 

The Connnission. therefore, recommends: — 

'■ That existing trading stations and trading rights within any defined 
" Native area be not iiiterfeied witli, and that, provision be made for 
" the transfer to Europeans of such trading stations pending their 
"acquisition by Natives." 

SxATrTOEY l{F,rOMMEXD.\TIONS. 

21. In delimiting the T'nion into two specific classes of land the Commission 
has kept the following points specially in view: — 

(fl) The disturbance of existing lines of occupation as little as possible; 

(6) The delimitation, where practicable, of large Native areas in prefer- 
ence to isolated and small areas. 



the obiects indicated above, your (Commissioners * 



22. Keeping before them 
now recommend: — 

(//) That the areas set forth In tlie desciiptions apjiearing in .Schedules 1. 
2, -^ and 4, shall be areas within which per.sons other than Natives 
shall not be permitted to acquire fir hire land or interests in land; 
(h) That the areas not falling within the boundaries of the areas described 
in tlie afo]-e-iiieiitione:l Scdiedules shall bo areas within which Natives 
siiall not be permitted to acquire or hire land or interests in land. 

2-5. A Keturnt is appended showing, for each I'lovince. the extent of the 
areas sciieduled under the Act and of the additional areas proposed by the Com- 
mission. 



R. S. Medford, 

Secretary. 

Cape Town, 2nd March, 1916. 



W. H. BEAUMONT, 

Chairman. 
S. W. BURGER. 

W. R. COLLINS. 

W. E. STANFORD. 

C. U. WESSELS. 



Vide Chairman's Minute, page 41. 



[U.G. 19—16.] 



t Page 43. 



Report. 
SCHEDULE I. 



CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 



Area No. I. 

Dl.STRICTS OF VrYBITRQ AND MaFF.KTNG. 

1. Extent of schcdiilod ixroa 2:J8,945 morgcn. 

2. Kxtent of additidial area 4sr>.ir.O 

n. T.ital t'Xti'iit (if Area Xo I Ti'^.tl!!". 

1 ifsiri iitmn . 

From tilt' north -wpstprn heactiii of (lie farm Shoemess, District Viylmrfj, 
geiiorally south-eastwards and eastwards up the middle of tlio Molopo Hivcr to 
the nortli-easterii Wacon of the .Malopo Native Keserve, District Mafeking, 
thenre generally south-eastwards and south-westwards along the boundaries of 
and luohiding M<dopo Xative Rfsprve, the (arm Devondale. to the southern 
lioacon of Molo|)0 Native U^^serve. thence generally nortli-wosl wards along the 
southern l)nundaries <it .Molopo Xative Reserve and First l{:iihvay (ira!it Crown 
lands) to the south-eastern licacon of the farm Daly's Pan, District Mafeking. 
thence south-westwards along the boundaries of and including the farms Daly's 
Pan and Niinrodsvlei to the .south-western beacon of the last mentioned farm, 
thence south-westwards in a straight line to the south-eastern beacon of the farni 
Hayes, District Vrvburg, thence generally westwards, south-eastwards, soulli- 
westwards, north-westwards and north-eastwards along the boundaries of and 
iiichidiiig the fiillowin<T farms and Ifeseives in Distjict Vrvburg: Hayes, Mar- 
ston, Kokonieng, Ascot, llarcourt, I'hodes. (irassbank, ilillbank, Chippenham, 
Morolrwen Native Reserve, Eghani. liowden, Campden, Havant, iforoliwen Na- 
tive Reserve. Setaben Crown Reserve. Constable, Alice, Collins, SandyHat, Car- 
low. Kildare, iMdiuca, R.illmrst, Dethifk, Slieerness to the idace of beginning. 



Area No. 2. 

DiSTRIfT OF MaFKKIXO. 

1. Extent of scbcdulod area .. .. 82,.');?.'? mnrgcn. 

;'. Extent nf additional area .. 12,280 

3. Total extent of Area No. 2 94.819 

Descriplinv . 

The area comprising tlu- Setlagoli Native Reserve, the Woodcliousokraal 
Cunvn Rcsci'vi-. the fai'in Ti lliani and tli ^ Sellagidi Crown Reserve. 



-Area Xo. :'. 
District ok VnYnrRO. 

1. Extent of schedided area 20.730 niorgen. 

2. Extent of additional area — 

3. Total extent of Area No. :! 20,73(» 

Description . 
The area comprising the Heimingvley Native Reserve. 



Area No. 4. 
District or Vryrttro. 

1. Extent of schedided area .. 26.960 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . — 

:!. Total extent of Area No. 4 26,960 ,, 



Report. 9 

Description . 

The area comprising tlie Magonat Native Reson-c, t)ie Oapitia Native Reserve 
and the Linopen Native Rlsctvc. 



Area No. 5. 
District of Vryburg. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 5 



75,623 morgen. 

9,050 „ 
84,673 „ 



Descriftion. 

The area comprising the (ienesa Native Reserve, the JackaLsdraai Native 
Reserve, the Kgpkgole Native Re.servc. the Algiers CVovvn Reserve and the Matlaben 
CroAvn Reserve. 



Area No. 6. 

DiSTRICT.S OF KURTTMAN AND VrYBURG. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 6 



210,146 morgen 568 sq. rds. 
477,310 „ 277 „ 
687,457 „ 245 „ 



Descrijjtion. 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Yentersrust, District Kuruman. 
generally eastwards, south-eastwards and north-westwards along the boundaries 
of and including the following farms and Reserves: Yentersrust, Penryn, Ruth- 
veu, Padstow, Dawlish, Chickenwood, ilorpeth, Shipton, Jiendell, Ivoboga (Dis- 
trict Kuruman), Gamaroua Native Reserve, Detseping Native Reserve, Motition 
Native Reserve in District Yryburg, Witnesham, White Ladies, Tsamaros, Baily- 
brith, Letchulachu, Tlaring, Mahuramuthla, Chester, Hartebeestbult, Durham, 
ilasadifoutein, GroolvLikfontein Native Reserve, Maryhill, Essex. Cornwall, 
T&ivami. Hazeroth, Aoud, Manyediug Native Reserve, Harvard, Yale. Kuruman 
Crown Reserve (excluding the township of Kuruman and commonage of 8.000 
uiorgen, approximately, attached thereto i. Lower Kuruman Native Reserve, Ex- 
tension of Lower Kuruman Native Reserve, Gamolilio and Yentersrust (District 
Kuruman), to the place of beginning. 



Area No. 7. 
District of Kuruman. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 7 



72,189 morgen. 

3,850 
76,039 „ 



Descriflion. 

The area comprising the Gathlose Native Reserve, the Maremane Native 
Reserve and the farm Legoko. 



Area No. 8. 
Districts of Vryburo and Barkly West. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 8 



222,118 morgen. 
109,577 
331,695 ., 



Description . 

From the south-western beacon of the farm Dwaalvlakte, District Yri'burg, 
generally north-eastwards, south-eastwards and south-westwards along the boun- 
daries of and including the following Reserve and farms: Taxings Native Reserve, 

[U.G. 19-'16.] C 



10 Report. 

Iliphlaiids, J[()(limo, Taungs Native Reserve, Tla|)enp, Tweelinppan, Panmure, 
Kokuiiiiufj, Taungs Native Restive and Witpaii (Distrut Viylnugj, to tlie soutli- 
easteru beacon of the last-mentimietl fariu, tlienee generally southwards down the 
iiiidille (if the Harts iJivei- to the south-castoni hearoii oi Mainoetlc Location 
(District Barkly AVest), thence generally north-westwards along the boundaries of 
and including; tlie ioUowiiig Local ions and farms: Manioctlc Location. Tiikat- 
long Location, the farms Knokfontein, 17 N.O., 16 N.O., 15 N.O., 15 O.P., 
15 P.Q., 14 P.Q., to the western beacon of the farm 14 P.Q. (District Barkly 
West), thence north-eastwards along the Baikly West District boundary to the 
south-western beacon of Taungs Native Reserve (District Vryburg), tlience gener- 
ally north-eastwards along the boundary of and iticliuling Taungs Native Reserve 
to the place of beginning. 

Abba No. 9. 
District of Hay. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 1.3,840 morgen 251 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 9.. 1,3,840 ,, 2.51 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the Groenwater Native Location (namely Farms A. 18, 
A. 19, A. 20). 



Area No. 10. 
District of Hay. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area 15,111 morgen 385 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 10 . . 15,111 „ 385 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the Skeynfontein Native Location (namely, M. 40, M. 60, 
M. 61, and M. 62). 



Area No. 11. 
District of Herbert. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 32,732 morgen 93 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . - — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 11 . . 32,732 „ 03 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the Baviaanskrantz Location (Farm N.W. 71), the Boom- 
plaats Location (Farms N.W. 1 , N.W. 2 and N.W. 3), the Schniidtsdrift Location 
(Farm R. 27, exclusive of outspan), Plaatdrift Location (Farms R. 26 and R. 29) 
and the Sivonel Location (Farms R. 30, R. 31 and R. 25). 



Area No. 12. 
District of Hkrpchei.. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 200, 1 56 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 12 200,1.56 

Description. 

The whole district (including Lundean's Neck Police Reserve), except Herschei 
Township and Commonage Reserve. 



Eeport. 

Area No. 13. 
District of Wodehottse. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 6,500 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional an'a . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of area No. 13 .. .. 6,500 

Descriftion. 

The area comprising the Uinhlansra Location fFarms Uitkijk, Vlaktefontei 
and Rietspruit). 

Area No. 14. 
District of Wodehouse. 

1. Extent of {scheduled area . . . . . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 33,000 morgen 

3. Total extent of Area No. 14 . . . . 33,000 

Description. 

From the north-western beacon of Farm No. 12, Block 3, District Wodehouse. 
westwards along the boundaries of and including the following farms : — No. 12 
Block 3 ; No. 18, Block 3 ; No. 4, Block 3 ; No. 3, Block 3 ; to the north-eastern 
beacon < f the last mentioned farm, thence generally south-eastwards, south 
westwards and northwards along the Wodehouse district boundary to the place 
of beginning. 



Area No. 15. 
District of Glen Grey. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 268,319 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area'^No. 15 . . . . 268,319 „ 

Description. 
The whole district, except the Lady Frere Municipal Area. 



Area No. 16. 
District of Queenstown. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 5,555 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . ' . . 4 761 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 16 . . . . 10,316 

Description. 
Lesseyton Mission Station and the three farms Xama Tabata and Bombani . 



Area No. 17. 
District of Queenstown. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 59,418 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area 13,221 

3. Total extent of Area No. 17 . . . . 72,639 

Description. 

Oxkraal and Kamastone Locations (including the Katberg Outspan). The 
farm High Meadows, Shiloh Mission Station (including the portion granted to 
the Moravian Mission Society) 

[TT.G. 19— '16.] 



12 Report. 

Area No. 18. 
District of Cathc.art. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. — 

2. Extent of additional area 1,889 morgen. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 18 1,889 „ 

Description. 

The Goshen Mission Station (including the portion granted to the M< ravian 
Mission Society). 



Area No. 19. 
Districts of Fort Beaufort and Victoria East 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . 15,401 morpcn. 

2. Extent of additional area . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. H) 15,401 

Desc. iplion. 
The area comprising the Healdtown Fingo I^ocation and tlio Gaga and Ely 
Fingo Locations. 



Area No. 20. 
District of Victoria East. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 14,766 raorgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . 2,434 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 20 .. .. 17,200 „ 

Description. 
From the north-western beacon of Auckland Extension Commonage, District 
Victoria East, generally eastwards along the boundaries of and including the 
Auckl;uid Extension C'oiniiion;if;e, inul Aueklaiid comiiioiiai^c 1o (Ik- iioitli-castciii 
beacon of the Auckland commonage (on the Chumie River) ; thonre npnerally east- 
wards up the middle of the Chumie River to where it crosses the district boun- 
dary of Victoria East ; thence generally south-westwards along the Victoria East 
district boundary to the junction of the Gnekka or Ncera River with the Chumie 
River; thence north-westwards up the middle of the Chumie River to the south- 
western beacon of lot No. 2 ; thence generally northwards along flip boundaries 
of and including Lot No. 2 and Mabandla's Location to the south-western bea- 
con of ^fabandla's Location fon the Chumie River) ; thence ^■•enerally north-east- 
wards up the middle of the Chumie River to the south-eastern beacon of Auck- 
land commonage ; thence generally north-westwards along the boundaries of and 
iiuhuliiifj the .Vu(t<laiid commonage and the Auckland Extension Commonnge 
to the place of beginning. 

Area No. 21. 
District of Victoria East. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 6,536 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 21 6,536 

Description. 
The area comprising the Victoria Fingo Location. 



Area No. 22. 
District of King William's Town. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 257,457 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. .. .. 2,160 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 22 .. .. 259,617 , , 



Eepoet. 13 

Description. 

The area comprising the land within the boundaries set forth in paragraph 
(rt) hereunder, but excluding from such land the areas set forth in paragraphs 
(6), {c), (d), {e) and (/) hereunder: — 

(a) From the southern beacon of farm No. 29 in District Cathcart common 
to the districts of Victoria East, Cathcart and King William's Town, generally 
westwards and southwards along the King William's Town district boundary to 
a point known as Mount Kemp ; thence generally south-westwards along the 
watershed of the Gwili Gwili mountain range to Bailey's grave, Trigonem^trical 
Station ; thence along this range to a beacon of the Pirie Location commonage, 
which is also beacon of Lots 97 and 96 in the Pirie Location commonage ; thence 
generally north-eastwards along the boundaries of and including the Pirie Loca- 
tion and tiuesha Location to the north-western beacon of the Braunschweig 
commonage ; thenoe generally south-eastwards and northwards along the boun- 
daries of l)ut excluding the Braunschweig commonage, Private Location Heron, 
Braunschweig commonage, T. Donovan's Farm K.F.I. 2^, King William's Town 
commonage, Outspan, Lots 4, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, open ground, farm 328, 
and Lot 40, to where the Isenyorka Stream crosses the northern boundary of Lot 
40, tbence up the middle of the Isenyorka Stream, to where it crosses the boundary 
of the Balasi commonage to the southern beacon of the Yellow-woods outspan ; 
thence generally north-eastwards, south-eastwards and south-westwards along the 
boundaries of but excluding the following farms and commonages : Yellow-woods 
outspan, farm 346, Frankfort and Wiesbaden commonage, farm 293 (Mowbray 
Park), farm 129, farm 127, farm 126, Ilanover commonage, farm 29, farm 17, 
Breidbach commonage, to the southern beacon of Breidbach commonage ; thence 
generally eastwards along the boundaries of but excluding the following farms 
and commonages: farm 117, farm 118, P. Gleeson and W. F. C. Rose's farm, 
Berlin and Chorlottenburg Commonage, to where the Umcotcho Eiver crosses its 
boundary ; thence down the middle of the Umcotcho River to its junction with 
the Buffalo River ; thence generally north-westwards up the middle of the Buffalo 
River to the north-western beacon of the Mount Coke forest ; thence generally 
southwards along the boundaries of but excluding the following farms : Mount 
Coke Forest, farm 26, farm 27, farm 31, farm 32, farm 33, Pungana outspan, 
farm 1, farm 2, to the King William's Town district boundary; thence generally 
south-westwards, north-westwards and north-eastwards along the King William's 
Town district boundary to the place of beginning. 

(b) The Township and Commoj\age of Middledrift. 
(f) The surveyed lots around Fort White. 

(d) The Township and Commonage of Keiskama Hoek. 

(c) The Debe Neck allotments; and 

(/) The following area : From the Tabin ])oda along the watershed between 
the T^mnxpslia and the Kabula to the stone ])ut ii]i by Mr. Surveyor Bryant near 
the head of the Uhlauhlana Eiver, thence down the middle of the Thlaiihlana 
River to the north-eastern beacon of farm 343, thence south-westwards along the 
boundaries of and including the farms Nos. 343 and 340, thence along the boun- 
daries of sections sun'eyed for Natives, and from thence along the watershed of 
Green River and Debe Neck to the Tabin Doda, the point of beginning. 



Area No. 22 (a). 
District of King William's Town. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 7,890 morgeu. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 22 (a) , . . . 7,890 „ 

Description. 

From the north-e;i stern beacon of farm No. 344, District King William's 
Town, generally eastwards along the King William's Town district boundary to 
the southern beacon of farm 9 G.. in District Stutterheim, thence generally south- 
wards, north-westwards and north-eastwards along the boundaries of bxit exclud- 
ing the following commonages and farms : Frankfort and Wiesbaden commonage, 
Braunschweig commonaop, Open ground, Lot 1, Lot 2, farm No. 345, and farm 
No. 344 to the place of beginning. 

[F.G. 19— '16.] 



l4 Bepohi'. 

Area No. 23. 
District of Stutterheim. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 8,000 morgen. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 23 . . . . 8,000 

Descri'ption. 
From the south-western beacon of Lot 10, District Stuttcrlieim, gencially 
north-eastwards aloup the boundaries of hut excludinp the followinp Lots: 10, 20, 
30, 60, TO, 9(1. 14 L., laL., 12 L., 10 L., 9L., 7 L., GL., 5L., to where the lugobo 
River crosses the houiulary of Stutterheim Conimonasre, thence south-eastwards 
along the boundary of Stutterheim ("nnunonage to the northern beacon of Lot No. 
26, thence generally southwards along the boundaries of but excluding Lots 2 G. 
and IG., to tlie south-western beacon of the last mentioned Lot, thence westwards 
along the Stutterheim District boundary to the south-eastern beacon of the Lot 
marked P. J. Mullin, thence generally north-westwards along the boundaries of 
but excluding the following Lots: P. -J. Mullin, Arthur Toise. 5 B., 4 B.. 12 A., 
6 B., 7 B.. 8 P.., 2 B., 3 B., 4 B., 5 B., to the north-eastern beacon of the last- 
mentioned Lot, thence in a straight line to the south-western beacon of Lot 15 N., 
thence alontr the western bouudar^• of Lot 15 X., to its north-western beacon, 
thence in a straight line to the south-western beacon of Lot 10, the place of 
beginning. 



Area No. 24. 
District of Stutterheim. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . 3,000 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 24 . . . . 3,000 „ 

Descriftion . 

The area comprising the Wartburg Reserve (inclusive of Wartburg Mission 
Station). 



Area No. 25. 
District of Stutterheim. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . 4,860 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. 712 ,, 267 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 25. . 5,572 ,, 267 

Description. 
The area comprising the Umgwali Reserve (inclusive of Umgwali Mission 
Station) and the farm Hekel. 

Area No. 26. 
District of Peddie. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 63,725 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 15,982 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 26 . . . . 79,707 „ 

Description . 
From the north-eastern beacon of Zulu's or Tyefu's Location (Commissie 
Drift) generally north-eastwards, south-eastwards and south-westwards, along the 
boundary of and including Zulu's or Tyefu's Location to the north-western 
beacon of Lot No. 13 (Fairview), thence generally south-westwards down the 
middle of the Blue or Xoxo River to where the main road to Trumpeter's Drift 
crosses it, thence south-eastwards along the said main road to the south-eastern 
beacon of outspan ; thence generally eastwards, northwards ami south-eastwards 
along the boundaries of and including the following Locations and Mission Sta- 



Report. 15 

tions : Jokweni's Location, Matomela's Location, Unitliouli's or Xvaniso's Locu- 
tion, D'TJrban Mission Station, Kaulela's Location and Kwenkwezi's Location to 
the noith-easteiu beacon of Wooldiiilge Commonage ; thence generally north-east- 
wards, south-eastwards, south-westwards, north-westwards and south-west- 
wards along the boundaries of and including the following commonages, 
farms and Locations : V.'ooldridpe Conjnionage, Lot Xo. 8, Lot Xo. fi. 
Lot No. 4, Lot No. -i. Lot No. 2, Lot No. 1, Lot No. 21, Lot 
No. 22, Lot No. 24,. Public Outspan, Pato's Kop Fingo Location, 
Bell Commonage, River Bank Sandflat, Walsingham, Newark, Grantham, 
Pato's Kop Fingo Location, Wooldridge Commonage, Kwenkwezi's Location, 
Umthouli's or Nyaniso's Location, Clifford, Bishopton, Jokweni's Location. 
Heaton, Jokweni's Location to the south-western 1/eacon of the last-mentioned 
Location, thence generally north-westwards up the middle of the Great Fish 
River to the place of beginning. 



Area No. 27. 
District of East London. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 1,850 morgenj 

2. Extent of additional area . . . , . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 27 .. .. 1,850 

Description. 

The area comprising the Mncotshe Location (being that piece of land formerly 
part of Potsdam Commonage, lying to the north-west of the line laid down in 
1907 by the Departmental Commission on the occupation of land by natives in 
unreserved areas). 



Area No. 28. 
District of East London. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . 5,349 morgen 60 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 28 . . 5,349 „ 60 

Description. 
The area comprising the Newlands Location and St. Luke's Mission. 



Area No. 29. 
District of East London. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . 4,280 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 29 . . . . 4,280 

Description. 

The area comprising the Kwelera Location (namely. Farms 2 W, 3 W, 4 W, 
5 W, 12 W, and 13 W). 



Area No. 30. 
Districts of Komgha and East London. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 3,209 morgen 295 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 4,267 ,, 305 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 30 . . 7,476 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the Mooiplaats Location and the following additional 
area : from tlie north-western beacon of Lot No. 15, District Komgha, generally 
north-eastwards, south-eastwards along the boundaries of and including the fol- 

[U.G. 19-16.] 



16 EEPOftT. 

lowing Lots : 15, 16, 29, 32, 37, 41, 352 to the south-easteiu beacon of Lot No. 352; 
thence generally south-eastwards along tlip houndary oi' Mooiplaats Location to the 
Komgha District boundary, ihence generally north-westwards along the Koiugha 
District boundary to where the Kwalagha Kiver crosses it, thence up the midd'e 
of the Kwalagha River to the south-eastern beacon of farm 2G7, thence northwards 
along the boundaries of but excluding the farms 2G7 and 2G6 to the' place of be- 
ginning. 



Area No. 31. 
District of East London. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 3,200 morgen. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 31 . . 3,200 „ 

Dencription . 

The area comprising the Paardekraal Immigrants Location, bounded as fol- 
lows: From the north-western beacon (on the Buligha River) of farm No. 35 S, 
District East London, generally north-eastwards along the boundaries of and in- 
cluding the farms No. 35 S and 31 S, to the north-western beacon (on the Icinsa 
River), of the farm 31 S, thence generally south-eastwards down the middle of the 
Icinsa River to its niduth, then south-westwards along the sea coast to the mouth 
of the Buligha River, thence generally northwards up the middle of the Buligha 
River to the place of beginning. 

Area No. 32. 
District of Port Elizabeth. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 619 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 1,824 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 32 . . . . 2,443 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the New Brighton Location (farms Cradock Place and 
Deal Party, as defined by Proclamation No. 12G of 1903). 



Area No. 33. 
District of Humansdorp. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . 660 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 33 . . . . 660 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the Palmiet River Reserve, held under deed of reservation 
dated 30th October, 1858. 



Area No. 34 
District of Humansdorp. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. . 3,246 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 4,034 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 34 . . . . 7,280 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the Fingo Reserve, the Doris Kraal Reserve, the Snyklip 
Reserve, the Mission Stations of Clarkson and Charlottenburg and the two pieces 
of Crown Land known as " Gaps " adjoining. 



Report. 17 

Area No. 35. 
District of Humansdorp. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 1,800 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 35 .. .. 1,800 



Description. 

tek 
reservation dated 30th October, 1858 



The area comprisint; the Wittekleibosch Fingo Reserve, held under deed o 



Area No. 36. 
District of Kentani. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 131,233 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 3,872 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 36 .. .. 135,105 „ 

Descriptio7i. 

The area comprising the whole of the district, with the exception of the Kentani 
Town Commonage and Plantation and Farm No. 69. 



Area No. 37. 
District of Butterworth. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 70,760 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 1,533 „ 

3. Total extent of Area No. 37 . . . . 72,293 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole district, except (a) the Buttei-worth Municipal 
Area, (b) the Ibeka Forest Reserve, and (c) the Enthlambe AVard, excluding Lots 
76, 14a, 12a, 12, 11, 11a, 11b, 10a, 10, 9a, 9, 6, 6a, 7, 7a, 24, 23 and 4a. 



Area No. 38. 
District of Nqamakwe. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 126,877 morgen 1 sq. rd. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 394 „ 599 „ 

3. Total extent of Area No. 38 .. 127,272 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district, with the exception of the 
Nqamakwe To^vn Cbmmonage and the Blyth Plantation. 



Area No. 39. 
District of Tsomo. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 119,591 morgen. 

2. Exttnt of additional area .. .. .. — 

3. Total extern of Area No. 39 .. .. 119,591 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole district outside the limits of the Tsomo Town 
Commonage. 

[U.G. 1&— '16.] 



18 Report. 

Area No. 40. 
District of St. Mark'.s. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 140,002 raorgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 40 ,. .. 140,002 „ 

Description. 
The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the St, 
Mark's Town Commonage. 

Area No. 41. 
Districts of Xalanga and Elliot. 

1. Extent of schedxiled area . . . . . . 105,531 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. .. .. 1,876 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 41 . . . . 107,407 

Description. 

The area compvi^ing (a) the whole of the district of XalaTiga outside the limits 
of the Cala Town Commonage, and (b) the farm Furrow in district Elliot. 



Area No. 42. 
District of Engcobo. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 318,406 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. .. ,. — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 42 . . . . 318,406 

Description. 
The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits o- th Engcobo 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 43. 
District of Idutywa. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 132,745 morgen. 

2. Ex ent of additional ana . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 43 .. .. 132,745 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the Idutywa 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 44. 
District of Wiixowvale. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 16 ,471 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 44 . . . . 161,471 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the Willow- 
vale To-wn Commonage. 



Area No. 45. 
District of Elliotdale. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 89,656 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional aiea . . .. .. — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 45 . . . . 89,656 



llEPOKt. 19 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the EUiotdale 
Town Commonage. 

Area No. 46. 
District of Mqandtjli. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . 152,551 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area ...... — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 46 . . . . 152,551 ,, 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district outside the hmits of the Mqanduli 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 47. 
District of Umtata. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 171.147 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 47 .. .. 171,147 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district, except the area included within 
the following boundary : — From 'he ?ortli-western beacon of Lot A, District 
Umtata, generally south-eastward 5 along the district boundary to the south-eastern 
beacon of the farm Orange Grove, thence generally westwards and north-eastwards 
along the boundaries of and including the following farms : Orange Grove, Jumbu, 
Umtata Town Commonage, Stoneridge, Prospecthill, Mimosa, Springvale, Amalinda, 
Elliotdale (now Lyndale), Egerton, Somerset, Devon, Landsend, Argenton, Hillside, 
Khpdrift, Fairfield, Welvapas, Luchabadrift, Lot A to the place of beginning. 



Ajiea No. 48. 
District of Tsolo. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 191,407 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 48 .. .. 191,407 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the Tsolo 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 49. 
District of Libode. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 157.842 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 49 . . . . 157,842 

Description. 
The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the Libode 
Town Commonag . 



Area No. '0. 
District of Ngqelent. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 133,047 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total (xtent of Area No. 50 .. .. 133,047 

[U.G. 19—16.] 



20 Report. 

Dpscription. 

The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the Ngqeleni 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 51. 
District of Por St. John's. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 92,226 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area — 

3. Total extent of Area No. r.l .. 92,226 

Description. 

The whole district, except the surveyed area specially acquired for European 
occupation. 



Area No. 52. 
District of Lu.sikisiki. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 279,096 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. .52 . . . . 279,096 ^, 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole of the district outside the limits of the Lusikisiki 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 53. 
District of Bizana. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 211,666 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 53 .. .. 211,666 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole district outside the limits of the Bizana Town 
Commonage. 



Area No. 54. 
District of Flagstaff. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 127,302 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 54 .. .. 127,302 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole district outside the limits o the Flagstaff 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 55. 
District of Tabankitlu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 153,911 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 55 .. .. 153,911 

Description. 

The area comprising the whole district outside the Umits of the Tabankulu 
Town Commonage. 



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Area No. .56. 
District of Mount Ayliff. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 108,857 raorgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 56 . . . . 108,857 

Description. 
The area comprising the whob di.strict outside the limits of the Mount Aylit! 
Town Commonage. 

Area No. 57. 
District of Mount Frere. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 204,409 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 57 . . . . 204,409 

Description. 
The area comprising the whole district outside the limits of the Mount Frere 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 58. 
District of Qumbu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 165,099 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 58 . . . . 165,099 „ 

Description. 
The area comprising the whole district outside the hmits of the Qumbu Town 
Commonage. 

Area No. 59. 
District of Mount Fletcher. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 279,399 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 59 . . . . 279,399 

Description. 
The area comprising the whole district outside the limits of the Mount Fletcher 
Town Commonage. 



Area No. 60. 
District of Matatiele. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 1,148 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. 1,225 ,, 250 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 60 . . 2,373 „ 250 

Description. 
The area comprising the Moiketse Location Reserve and the farm Manning. 



Area No. 61. 
District of Matatiele. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 160,231 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 46,527 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 61 . . . . 206,758 

D€.<CTiption. 

From the north-western beacon (on Basutoland boundary) of George 
Moshesli's liOcation, generally north-eastwards along the Basutoland boundary to 
the northern beacon of Hlangwini Location, thence generally south-eastwards, 

[U.a. 19— 16.] 



22 Rkport. 

south-westwards and north-westwards along the boundaries of and including the 
tiiili)\ving T>(i<:iliniis and Farms: — Iflangwini Location, Nahainkwe, Nkandi, 
Nogabo, Rirhniond, Prospect, Zilii'.s Location, Hapiiti's Location, Ranililagwan.i 
LiK'atioii, Kliuapa's Tiocation. Simpson, Aniaiilubi's Location, Polygon, Klmajia'.^ 
Locatio!!, Eanihlagwana Location, 'Wallace, Cliarles Brownlee, Harry Ebden, 
George Herbert, Tsita Moshesh's Location, and George Moshesh's Location to :l;c 
place of beginning. 

Arfa No. 02. 
District of Matatiele. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . 8,021 niorgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. .. .. 1,000 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 62 . . . . 9,021 

Description. 

The area comprising the Kaka Location Reserve and William Ntloka's Location 
(Crown Land adjoining Kaka's Location). 



Area No. 63. 
District of Mount Currie. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 4,038 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. G3 . . , . 4,038 

Description. 
The area comprising Makoba's Location. 



Area No. G4. 
District of Umzimktjlu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 94,342 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 63,920 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 64 . . . . 158,262 

De.<criptinn. 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Fnigano, District Umzimkulu. 
generally eastwards along the boundaries of but excluding the following farms : 
I'mgano, Sidoi, Brighton, Langford, llelvcllyn, Middleton, Riverside, Edgerton 
to the north-eastern beacon of the farm Riverside, thence generally eastwards 
down (he middle of the Nliwangwaiia and T'mzimkulu Rivers to the north-eastern 
beacon of the farm Hezwcni. tlicnce generally suvith-westwards ami Mivith-eastwanls 
along the boundaries of but excluding' the following farms: Bezweni, River 
Bank (now Mountain Home), Mehluana,* lilambamasoga, Woodsidc. Driefontein, 
Winterhoek, Bossenfontein, Thee Kloof, Rondedraai, Vaalkop, Thornybush, 
Groothoek, Bedford, and Gloucester, to the north-eastern beacon of the last nien- 
tionnd farm, thence generally southwards along the Umzimkulu District boundary 
to the southern beacon of the farm Roodewal : thence generally south-westwards 
along the boundaries of but excluding the iollowing farms: llluku. I'itkijk. 
Strydomsfontein, Puffaddershoek, Commonsvalley, Eastland, to the .south-western 
beacon of the last mentinned farm ; thence south-westwards along the Fmzinikulu 
district boundary to the eastern beacon of the farm Boschhoek ; thence generally 
north-westwards along the boundaries of but exduiling tlie following farms : Bosch- 
hoek, Ciaybrook, Rcadsilale, Kromdraai, Krfpacht (now Balbirnie), Tweefontein 
(now E>c|)e(tation), Bullf'ontein. Driefontein. Pilaarsfniiteln. Mooipbiats, Niez- 
hr.utfontein, Sclr^onhoovcn, Bentani to the western beacon of the last mentioned 
farm, thence generallv nortli-wcstwards along the T'mzimkulu district boundary 
to the south-eastern beacon of the farm Rokeby Park: thence generally north- 
westwards alonsj. the boundaries of but excluning the following farms: Rokeby 
Park, Killarney, Longridge, Benwell, south-western portion of Rooipoort, Stone- 
henge. Baiburst, and Belfast, to the nortli-easlern bei'con of the last mentioned 
farm, thence generally eastwards down the middle of the Tndowana and 
Ngwangwana Rivers to the place of l>eginning. 



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SCHEDULE ir. 



NATAL.* 



Area No. 1. 
Districts of Paulpietersbxjro and Ngotshe. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 42,333 morgeni 

3. Total extent of Area No. 1 42,333 

Descriftion. 

From the north-westeru beacon of the farm Goudrif No. 227, District Paul- 
pietersburg, generally south-eastwards down the middle of the Pongola Eiver to 
the junction of Pivaan and Pongola Rivers, thouee south-westwards up the middle 
of the Pivaan River to the northern beacon of the farm Draaioni No. 709 in Dis- 
trict Ngotshe, thence generally south-westwards along the boundaries of and in- 
cluding the farm Draaiom No. 709, to the south-western beacon (on Pivaan River) 
of the last mentioned farm, thence generally westwards up the middle of the 
Pivaan River to the south-western beacon of the farm Weltevreden No. 215, Dis- 
trict Paulpietersburg, thence generally north-eastwards along the boundaries of 
and including the following farms : Weltevreden No. 215, Reddersdal No. 225, 
Slangspruit No. 2L.'6, Naauwkloof, Dordrecht, KlipspruTt No. 228 and Goudrif No. 
227, to the place of beginning. 



Area No. 2. 
Districts op Ingwa\tjma, Ubombo and Ngotshe. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 467,744 morgeni 

2. Extent of additional area 470,616 

3. Total extent of Area No. 2 938,360 

Descri'ption. 

From the north-western beacon of Native Reserve No. 16, District Ingwa- 
vuma, generally eastwards along tlie Natal Province boundary to the sea coast, 
thence .south-westwards along the sea coast to the south-eastern beacon of Native 
Reserve No. 14, thence south-westwards along the southern boundary of Native 
Reserve No. 14 to where the Umbaswana River crosses the boundary, thence down 
the middle of the Umbaswana River to the junction with tlie Tnikuzi River, 
thence generally westwards u]) the middle of the Fmkuzi and Umkunzana Rivers 
fi) the south-eastern beacon of the farm Bloemgaard 585, District Ngotslie, thence 
generally north-westwards along the boundaries of and includiiif; the following 
farms: Bloemgaard No. 585, Langverwacht No. 190, Ehlomahloma No. 180, 
Goedgetroffen No. 557, Mooiplaats No. G15, Welverdiend No. 56;3. Wonderboom 
No. 500, Roodepoort No. 119. Wegspring No. 398, Morgenzon No. 559, Verlies 
No. 705, to the north-western beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence generally 
eastwards down the middle of the Pongola River to the south-western beacon of 
Native Reserve No. IG, thence northwards along the boundary of Reserve No. 16 
to the place of beginning. 



Area No. 3. 

Districts of Ngotshe, Vryheid, ilAHLABATiNi, Ndwandwe 
Hlabisa, Umfoi.ozi and Enton.ianeni. 

1. Extent of .scheduled area .. 737.051 niorgcn. 

2. Extent of additional aiea . . . . 589,769 

3. Total extent of Area No. 3 1,326,820 „ 



♦ Note. — Tha Chairman dJssont.^ from the repommendation of the other Commissioners in regard 
to the dohmitation of Natal and submits a separate minute on that point — vide page 41. 

[F.G. 19—16.] 



24 Report. 

DrxcTijition. 
From tlu> i>oith-wp-;tcrn IxMCdii cit llic tnrm MooijilaMt-;, Tli-tiict Xpoi-^lic. 
generally south-eastwards along tlie boundiiiies of an<l including the following 
farms: Mooipla;its, Magdalena, Mountain View, Legnplaats, Langgowafht. to the 
enstern lioaoon of tlip last mentioned farm ; tlienee generally north-eastwards, south- 
eastwards along the toundarj' of Native Reserve No. 12 and down the mid<lle of 
the Fmkunzana and Umkuzi IJlvers to where the TTmlnizi runs into St. Lueia 
Lake, thenee gcneiMllv south-westwards along the sliores of St. TiUeia Lake and 
False Bay and along the houndaries of Native Eoserve No. 'i and Native Reserve 
No. 5 to the south-eastern heacon of Lot No. 245 fon the Hlangaza Range), 
District T'mfolozi; thence north-westwards and south-westwards ;ilong the hound- 
aries of hut excluding the following Lots : Nos. 245, 244, 243, 242. 241, 240, 239, 
and 235 to the south-western lieacon of last mentioned lot; thence generally west- 
wards up the middle of the Fmhiatuzi River to the south-eastern heacon of Goeder- 
trouw. District I'lntonjaneni ; thence northwards along the houndaries of hut ex- 
cluding the following farms, District Entonjaneni : Goe<lptrouw, Kromdi'aai, 
Dirkschenhurg, 10375, Berlin, Tianggewacht, Springfield. Waterval, Morgenzon, 
to the north-eastern beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence generally north- 
westwards up the middle of the White Fmfolozi River to the north-eastern heacon 
of the farm Witvoloos, District A'rijheid ; llicnce generally south-westwards, north- 
westwards and north-eastwards along the Ixiundaries of and including tlie follow- 
ing farms: District Vryhcid. TVitvoloos, r)vervh>ed, Dorstfontein, Schoonstroom, 
Welgekozen, Heelgoe<l, Pandasgraf, Strangersrcst, Springfield, Viakhoek. Welge- 
vonden, Platherff, District Vryheid, Grootgeluk, Yrischgewaagd, Success, Twee- 
fontein, Yuursteen, Doornhoek, "Welgevonden, Fitkomst, Nooitgedacht, "Welte- 
vrede, Spitzkop, Waterval, Tygersk^oof, Tsihlengeni, Magdalena, Mooiplaats to 
the place of beginning. 

Area No. 4. 
Dlstrict of Newcastle. 

1- Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . — 

2 Extent of additional area . . . . 52,009 morgen 

3. Total extent of Area No. 4 .52,009 „ 

Description. 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Suspense. District New- 
castle, generally south-eastwards down the middle of the Buffalo River to the 
south-eastern beacon of the furni Wcst]ior( : tbenco generally westwards and north- 
westwards along the boundaries of and iiicliiding tlie following farms: Westport, 
Clones, Chester, Devon, Curragh, Magdalena. Mooidoornhoek, Kakaniniskraal, 
Kliprots, Wcllevreden, Veidiiet, (Jeduld, TTillto]). Annie, Cloneen. Kaalvhigtc, 
Blackwater, Vlaklaagte, Cavan, Blaauboschlaagte, Johnstown, Leslie, Massondale, 
Suspense, to the place of beginning. 



Akea No. 5. 
Di.STRicT OF Klip River. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. — 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 20,864 morgen. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 5 20,864 

Description. 

From the northern beacon of the farm Roodepoort. District Klipriver, 
generally south-eastwards, north-westwards, along the boundaries of and including 
the following farms: Roodepoort, Doornhoek. ]{ooiv;il, Burford, Kirkintilloch, 
Riversdale, Uooival, Driefontein, Kleinefontein, Roodepoort, to the place of 
beginning. 

Area No. 6. 
Districts of Klipriver, Nqutu, Helpmakaar, Weenen and Dundee. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 127,088 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 87.086 

3. Total extent of Area No. 6 214,174 



Report. 2.5 

Descrijjtion. 

The area^ comprising Native lleserve No. 18 (outer boundaries), KJipriver- 
hiipofiiua Location, Crown Land. Ijots Nos. '•] and -t, adjoining- Pomeioy X'illage and 
.Mission farm Ellesmere and the ground described as follows: — From the northern 
beacon of the farm Klippoort, District Dundee, generally southwards along the 
boundaries of and including the following farms: Klippoort, Vaalkop, lloUy- 
wood, Sunset, Kolkloof, ClontarlV, Somshoek, Fairview, liaviaantrap in District 
Helpniakaar, to the southern beacon of last mentioned farm ; thence geiiprallv 
south-eastwards down the middle of the Sunday River; thence generally south- 
wards, north-westwards and north-cast wa ids along Ihe boundaries of and including 
the following farm.?: Creepe, Chipping, Loraine, Koornspruit, Doornvlakte, 
Goedehoop, Lilyfontein, Government Ground, Cowper, Aloes, Government Ground, 
Van der Berg, Cecilia, J3aviaanskrants, Winterlodge, Darkest Africa, Aston Lodge, 
The Retreat, Krantskop, in District Weenen, The Ravine, Masemeseme, Mhlu- 
niayo, Vreedenburg, Casper, Government Ground, Pagrdcvoetpad, Witteklei- 
fontein, Fifty Park, Zondagsrivierpoort in District Klipriver, Job's Dale, Asyn- 
kraal, Spendikron, Vaalkop, in District Helpmakaar, Omdraai, in District Dun- 
dee, to the place of beginning. 



Area No. 7. 
Districts of Nkandhla, Entonjaneni, Umfolozi and Eshowe. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 395,457 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 76,897 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 7 472,354 

Description. 

The area comprising Native Reserve No. 19 (outer boundaries). Native Reserve 
No. 17, (outer boundaries), Nafive Reserve No. 21, (outer boundaries). Native 
Reserve No. 9, (outer boundaries), Native Reserve 7B, (outer boundaries), and the 
ground described as follows: From tlie western beacon of the farm Tafelkop, 
District Entonjaneni, generallj' south-eastwards along the boundaries of and in- 
cluding the following farms : Tafelkop, Diepkloof , Nooitgedacht, Duikershoek, 
Kwamagmaza, Spesbona, Wilhelmina, Arcadia, Ekutuleni, Dirkschenbuig, 103B, 
Dirkschenburg, Kroindraai, (ioedetrouw, to the south-eastern lieacon of "Goeder- 
trouw; thence generally north-westwards up the middle of the Umhlatuzi River 
to the place of beginning. Also the ground south of Umhlatuzi River and 
north of Reserve No. 17. 



Area No. 8. 
District of Mtunzini. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 17,009 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 8 17,009 

Description 
The area comprising Reserves Nos. 7a and 8. 



Area No. 9. 
District of Mtunzini. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . 12,757 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 9 12,757 

Description. 
The area comprising Reserve No. 10. 



Area No. 10. 
District of Umfolozi. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 5,670 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 10 . . . . 5,670 

Description. 
The area comprising Reserve No. 6. 

[U.G. 19— IG.] 



26 Kki'dht. 

Area No. 1 1. 
District of Umfolozi. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 27,450 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . — 

:$. Total extent of Area No. 11 .. .. 27,450 ,. 

Drsrn'plion. 
The area eumprsing Reserve No. 4. 



Arka No. 12. 
DisTKKT-s OF LowKR TuoELA, Umvoti, Mapumulo. Ndwkowi; Krantzkop 

AND CaMI'ERDOWN. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 500,094 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 95,681 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 12 .. .. 595,775 ,, 

Drsrri plioti . 

From the juuttiou of the lm]janza aud Mooi Itivcis, District I'mvoti, fjciier- 
ally north-eastwards, south-eastwards, down the middle of the Mooi River and the 
TufTela River to the south-eastern beacon of the farm Francisco on the Tiifjela 
River in the District Lower Tugela, thence frenerally south-westwards and north- 
wards along the boundaries of and incliidiiifi^ the following farms, locations and 
mission stations: Francisco. G6H, (J(i, G2, (i(!, GGA, 41(', 54, 9, 8, 5, G, Bulwcr No. 
1, Bulwer No. 2, Umvoti Location, Glendale, poition Hlanzane to the south of 
Uravoti River, Dingwall, Lot F, Lot E, Lot 15, Lot 14, Lot Vi, Lot 12A. AVcll- 
vale, 9C, 9B, 10, Rietvalle3% Spitzkop, Waterfall, Isidunibeni Mission, Inanda 
Location, Inanda Mission Reserve, Inanda Location, Table ^lonnfain Mission 
Reserve, Inanda liOcation, Umvoti Tjocatioii, Enitonjcni, liufVelslioek, Woodlands, 
Rugged Run, fiovcrnnicnt Ground, P. X., the east slopes Kiaiiskop, .Mist, (iov- 
ernment Ground, Solitude, Tugela View, Tugela Eandt, Thorndale, Lootshoek, 
Kranskloof, Wiiiekrans, Uitkijk, Keerom. ilontallard. Tugela TiOcation to the 
place of beginning. 



Area No 13. 
Districts of Bergville, Estcourt, Weenen and Impendhle. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 175,539 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. .. .. 159,fi57 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 13 .. .. 335,196 

Dexcripfion . 

From the north-western beacon (Mount Aux Sources) of U])])ei' Tugela Loca- 
tion, generally .south-eastwards and westwards along the boundaries of and in- 
<luding the foilowing locations and farms: l'p])cr Tugela Loiation. Enimius Mis- 
sion Reserve, lT])ppr Tugela Tjocation, Ciown lands along the Little Drakensberg, 
Dingaan, Wond.styn, Dicdliif, Mat tschapjiy. Drakensbei'g Ijocation No. 2, Maiitz- 
dani, Assegaihoek, B. (". Moodies, Drakensberg Location No. 2, the Olitfs, Dawn, 
Bergview, Drakensberg TiOcation No. 1. Lammermoor, Drakensberg Location No. 
1, Mazwe, Gamewood, Zuikerboschrand, Aasvogelkrantz, Dartmoor, Highinoor. 
The Curragli, Redrutli, Stornilieights, The Devil's Dyke, Mulungaiia, ()))('n- 
Erround. Fair\iew, Saiidwich, Tlioipes. F.P. 138, F.I'. 1.39. Impendhle Location, 
Eden, S5, F.P. 142. V.V. 290. The Ridge The Kloof. K.P. 325. G.R. 14, Dragon- 
hole, F.P. 13, Dragenhole, G.R. 14, Cavern, F.P. 323, F.P. 50, F.P. 12, S. 2, 
l.ortion (". of S. 1. F.P. 114, A.S. 1, B.S. 1, The Peak, The Gorge, Jutland, G.R. 19. 
(t.R. 9. Bucklands. G.R. 10, N.E. 2, Crown Lands, Magwasana Location, Crown 
Tjands. F.P. 334. Crown Tjands to the noi'tli-easteni beacon of tlie farm Goodliope, 
thence north-westwards along the northei'n boundaiy of last mentioned farm, and 
extending same to the Natal Provincial boundary, thence generally north-west- 
wards along the Natal Provincial boundary to the place of beginning. 



Report. -at 

Area No. 14. 
District of Pietermaritzburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 27,889 morgeii. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 14 .. .. 27,889 

Description. 
The area comprising tlie Zwartkop Location. 



Area No. 15. 
Districts of Polkla, Impendhle, Ixopo .\nd Richmond. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 112,557 raorgcn. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 86,774 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 15 .. .. l!jy,3:U 

VescriijUon. 

From tlip north-eastern heacou of the farm F.P. 2W\, District Polela, <ienei 
ally south-eastwards down the middle of tlie TJmkomauzi Piver to tlie south-westeru 
beacon of the farm Nooitgedacht, District Impendhle, aloag the boundaries of and 
including portion of the farm Nooitgedacht to its southern beacon on Umkomanzi 
Eiver, thence down the middle of the Umkomanzi to the western beacon of the 
farm X. Y., District Eichmon<i, thence along the boundaries of and including the 
farms X. Y. and A. W., to the southern beacon of farm A. W., thence generally 
south-eastwards down the middle of the Umkomanzi River to the south-western 
beacon of the farm Spitzkop, District Richmond, thence generally north-eastwards 
along the boundaries of and including the following farms and Locations : Spitz 
kop, Groothoek, Tnkoman, Crown T;ands, Inhlazuka, Umlazi Location, to the 
north-western beacon of Umlazi I;ocation on the Umlazi River, thence down the 
middle of the Umlazi River to the south-eastern beacon of Umlazi Mission Re- 
serve, thence generally south-westwards, westwards and north-westwards along 
the boundaries of and including the following Locations, Mission Stations and 
farms: Umlazi Mission Reserve, Umlazi Location, Umnini Location, Umlazi 
Location, (iravesend No. 23, Fountain Head No. 25, B. Orowder No. 24. W.S. 
10, Umahalangwa Mission Reserve, S]>ringfield, rirlensnowden, Allington, Devil's 
Glen, Golden Valley, Mygwana, open ground. Headlands, The Rock, open ground, 
B. 3, Lewisdale, Location No. 2, Mission Reserve (St. Michael's), open ground, 
G.D., Zondagskloof, Gartree, ])ortion G.A., Location No. 6, Springvale, Greta. 
Bromliam Hall, Crowi; Tiands, Mimosa Brae. Waterfall. Tjocation No. 5, Bush. 
F.P. 53, Mazoe, Block XT. Forest, F.P. 8, Highover, Crown Lands, S. 38, Crown 
Lands, F.P. 57. Crown Lands, F.P. 55. Ntobane, Crown Lands, Location No. 2. 
L^. S. 83. Crown Lands, Bush, F.P. 284. Location No. 4. F.P. 11. lA. Location 
No. 2, F.P. 260, to the place of beginning. 



Area No. 16. 
District of Polela. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 15.899 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 4,000 

3. Total extent of Area No 16 .. .. 19,899 „, 

Description. 

The area comprising Location No. 1. Location No. 3. and the following lots 
S. 79, F.P. 24-/, Bush Reserve. S. 8, S. 9, S. 10 and S. 11. 



Area No. 17. 
Districts of Ixopo, Alexandra and Alfred. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 53,967 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area .. .. 167,886 

3. Total extent of Area No. 17 .. .. 221,853 
[U.G. 19 -'16.] 



2« Report. 



Description . 



From tlie south-western beacon of portion of tlie farm Hancock (irsinpe, Dis- 
trict Ixopo, generally eastwards, southwards, south-westwards, and northwards, 
along the boundaries of and including the following farms, locations and mission 
stations: Uancock (irange, C.S.. Ii.15.. A. A.. A. (.f W.W.. I... I., I,. II.. A.I).. IJ. 
D.Y.,Dhlamini, 10. D.U., The Glade, A. of 10, D.W., H.H.. G.G., South slopes 
!), The Folly, 10. U, A.V.. Pendella. (".W.. li.l'.. Location No. 7. lllatenkunga 
Mission Reserve, Location No. 7, in District Ixopo, Fairview. Crown Tjands, The 
Ridge. Ellesniere. Crown Lands. The Ram, Crown Lands, (iuliga. W.S. 9, Crf)wn 
Lands, Ifafa, Gates, ^Lipungwane, I'uluinhane, Unisigazi, (than, 'J'. 2, T. 3, C. 7, 
TiOcation No. 4. In District Alexandra, the End, Gog, TTjambili, western portion 
Bembridge No. 2, The Star, Location No. 5, Bavaria, Westslopes, Westlands, 
N'Doiigini. Buffalo Bill, Montana, Location No. 6. In District Lower Umzim- 
kulu, Deepdell, The Junction, Sunny Slopes, Bissett, No. 8. Fnion, Itemba, In- 
(inabeni I, T,.L., Hawardcn, l'\(i.. (Iniega. Clothier. T'mtshiwa. Tlie Thistle, Daisy. 
Highdale, Fmlothowa. Mount Neho. Umjijmi. Bedford. Fmbambulo's TiOcation. 
to the north-eastern beacon of Umbambulo's Location, District Alfred, thence 
generally north-westwards up the middle of the TJmzimkulu River to the place of 
lieginning. 



Area No. 18. 
District of Alexandra. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. 12,096 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 18 .. .. 12,096 

Description. 
The area comprising Location No. 3, Alexandra, and the Umtwalumi Mission 
Reserve. 



Area No. 19. 
Dlstrict of Alfred. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 15,119 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 19 .. 15,119 „ 

Description. 
The area comprising Location No. 1, Alfred. 



Area No. 20. 
District of Alfred. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 58,206 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 20 . . 58,206 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising Umbono's Location, Alfred ; Location No. 2, Alfred ; 
Tom Fyhns Location, Alfred ; Location No. 3, Alfred ; Patwa's Location, Alfred ; 
and Location No. 4, Alfred. 



Area No. 21. 
District of Lower Umzimkulu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. .. .. 3,874 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 21 . . . . 3,874 

Description. 
The area comprising Location No. 5, Lower Umzimkulu. 



Repotit. 

Area No. 22. 
District of Alexandra. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 22 



29 



2,928 raorgen. 
2,928 „ 



Description. 



The Ifafa Mission Reserve. 



Area No. 23. 
District of Lower Tugela. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 23 



4,283 morgeu. 
4,285 „ 



Description. 
The Umvoti (Charlottedale) Mission Reserve. 



Area No. 24. 
District of Richmond. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 24 



2,671 morgen. 
2.671 .. 



Description. 



The Indaleni Mission Reserve. 



Area No. 25. 
District of Inanda. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 25 



NU. 

8,104 morgen. 

8,104 ., 



Descn^ition. 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Inanda generally eastwards, 
southwards anid north-westwards along the boundaries of, and including the 
following farms: Inanda, Buifelsdraai, Groeneberg, Piezangrivier, Lots Nos. 20, 
19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13. 12, 11, of the farm Zeekoevallei, Richmond, Piezang- 
rivier, Groeneberg, Inanda to the place of beginning. 



U.G. 19—16.] 



3(1 Rkvort. 

SCJllODn.E 111. 



TRANSVAAL. 



Arka No. 1 . 
District of Waterberg. 

1. Extent of sclicduled area 6,010 raorgen 81 sq. rds. 

'2. Extent of additional area . . .53,456 „ 35 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area Xo. 1 .. 59,466 „ 116 

DescrijAion . 

From the iiortli-westeru beacon of the farm Lil_v, No. 2, -JDS, District Water- 
l*erg, generally north-eastwards, south-eastwards, south-westwards, along the 
boundaries of and including the following farms: Lilv No. 2,;U8, Eietfontein No. 
G24, Eob Eoy No. 9G7, Ecgistratio No. 984, Honey No. 9G8, Friendship No. 96U, 
Hugo-de-Groot No. 981. Van liceuweii No. 979, Kitty or Haakdoornkuil No. 2,;U9, 
Wagenersvlei No. 92"), J)isa|)])oiiitnient No. 771, Neckar No. 1,025, to the south- 
western beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence generally north-westwards down 
tile middle of the Palala River to the south-eastern beacon of the farm Bossche 
Diesch No. 512. thence along the l^mndaries of and including the said farm, thence 
down the middle of the Palala River to the ])lace of beginTiing. 



Area No. 2. 
District.s of Waterberg and Pietersburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 83,767 morgen 109 .sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 544,178 ,, 480 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 2 . . 627,945 „ 589 

Description . 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Goudmijn No. 1,720, District 
Pietersburg, eastwards along the district boundary to the north-eastern beacon of 
the farm de Vrede, No. 1,118, tlience generally south-eastwards, south-westwards 
and westwards along the boundaries of and including the following farms: de 
Vrede No. 1,118, Lovely No. 1,119, Edwinsdale No. 1,12U, (ilcnicrness No. 1,121, 
The Glade No. 1,076, the Dul Hul No. 1,059, Pickum No. 1,052. Wuppertoe .\o. 
I,0;i2, Orinsteinpest No. 1,028, IJorkum No. 1,019, Cumhrae No. 1,020, Borkum 
No. 1,019, Poplar No. 1,008, Koekoek No. 1.007, Weltevreden No. 1,060, Li.ss:. 
No. 1,00;L Westheim No. 98:?, van Wijksput No. 841, western portion I'alniift- 
fontein No. 709, Panjihiats No. 1,859. Lousiana No. 968, Fair Laurie No. 967, 
Leisdale No. 966, Lie.schingsliot No. 965, Pinkie No. 964, Lucy's (Jwii No. 96;j, 
Ambergale No. 961. Noiinenwerth No. 976. to the .southern beacon of the last men- 
tioned farm, thence south-eastwards along the district boundary to the northern 
beacon of Matala's Ijocatioii No. 1.929, thence generally south-eastwards, south- 
westwards and north-westwaids along the boundaries of and including Matala's 
Tiocation No. 1.929, the farm Zaaii)laats No. 856, M.ntala's l^ocation No. 1,929, to 
the western beacon of Matala's Location No. 1,929. thence generally .south-west- 
wards, south-eastwards and north-eastwards afong the boundaries of and includ- 
ing the following farms in "Waterberg District : Elandsfontein No. 594. Malokongs- 
kop No. 1,332. Witrivier No. 1,5.34, Nord Braband No. 1.555, Zuid Braband No. 
1,663, Rooibokfontein No. 2.120, Armoede No. 1.330, Vaalkop No. 1.439. Valtyn 
^lakapan's Location No. 2.394. to the north-western beacon of Valtyn Maka])an's 
Location No. 2.394. thence geneially northwards down the middle of ilagalakwin 
River to the place of beginning. 

Area No. 3. 
District of Pietersburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 50,039 morgen 427 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 2,745 ,, 62 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 3 . . 52,784 ,, 489 



Repout. 31 

Descri ])tiun. 

The area comprising the following farms in District Pietersburg : Malietsie's 
TiDcation No. 3, Opgaaf No. l.TilS. Tjastfontein No. !tll, Palmietfonteiu No. 1, 
Eerste Geluk No. 644, and Vaahvalcr No. 018. 



Are.4 No. 4. 
District of Pietersburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 19,211 morgen 399sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 5,412 „ 423 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 4 . . 24,624 ,, ^ 222 

Descri ption . 

The area comprising the following farms in District Pietersburg : Leeuwkraa] 
No. 196, Matok No. 1,986, Matok's Location No. 194, Biesjeslaagte No. 1,831, 
Klipbok No. 1,832, Uitkijk No. 1,833, de (iladdeklipkop No. 114, Matjesgoed- 
fontein No. 2(t5, Ramapoetspruit No. 6, and Raniagoep's Location No. 1,534. 



Area No. 5. 
Districts of Zoutpansberg and Pietersburg. 

1. Extent of schedided area .. 187,083 morgen 445 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 2,320,836 „ 155 

3. Total extent of Area No. 5 . . 2,507,920 ,, (approximate). 

Descri jdioti. 

From the junction of N'jelele and Limpopo Rivers generally eastwards, south- 
eastwards and soiithwards along- the Transvaal Provincial boundarj- to where it is 
crossed by the Ulifauts River, thence westwards up the middle of Olifauts River 
to its junction with the Groot Letaba River, thence generally north-westwards up 
the middle of the (iroot Letaba River to the soiith-eastern beacon of the farm 
Letaba Drift No. 248, District Pietersburg, thence generally northwards along the 
boundaries of, but excluding the farms I,etaba Drift No. 248, Miragoma No. 242, 
District Pietersburg, to the south-eastern beacon of the farm ^'allambrosa No. 237, 
thence generally south-westwards, north-westwards and north-eastwards along the 
boundaries of, and including- the following farms in District Pietersburg : Vallam- 
brosa No. 237, Nowwa No. 236, Gamela No. 235, Sirulural No. 239, Ruiinymede 
No. 238, Meadowbank No. 243, Mamitwa's Location No. 2,673, Modjadje's Loca- 
ti(m No. 2,6'66, Renter No. 256, Meidingen IS'o. 380, Legal No. 255. Modjadje's 
liocation No. 2,666, Vlakfontein No. 367, Kromrivierfontein No. 69, Krugersrand 
No. 781, Bellevue No. 775, Rynzicht No. 768, Nabelhoek No. 776, Mooigezicht 
No. 777, Goed te pas No. 778, Government groiind to the south-western beacon of 
Tabaan's TiOcation No. 315, District Zoutpansberg, thence generally north-west- 
wards, northwanls and eastwards along the boundaries of and including the fol- 
lowing-farms in District Zdulpansberg : Tabaan's Location No. 315. Schiel No. 309, 
Knojmeuzen Location No. 1,009, Government Ground, Lomoudo's Location No. 
462, Tsakoma No. 31, Entabeni No. 291, Li.sbon No. 314, Seville No. 437, Colerbre 
No. 434. Chewas No. 435, Government Ground, M'Pefu's Location No. 467, 
Baobab No. 422, Mapela No. 420, Setooni No. 419, Serolle No. 399. Drylands No. 
398, Mai)ani No. 397, Paradise No. 384, M'Pefu's Location No. 467, to where the 
N'Jelele River ci-osses the northern boundary of M'Pefu's Tjocatiou, thence gener- 
ally north-eastwaids down tlie middle of the N'Jelele River to the place of be- 
Efinninsr. 



Area No. 6. 
District of Pieter.sburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 29.1 28 morgen 372 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area .. 5.719 „ 321 

3. Total extent of Area No. 6 . . 34.848 .. 93 

Descri ption . 

The area comprising the following Native Locations and farms: ^Iiddaba's 
TiOcation No. 2,674, Mamathola's liOcation No. 2,558. Alagoboya's Location, 

[r.G. 19 -'16.] 



32 Repoht. 

Maakwo's Location, lieacousHi'hl No. 2,i)'~2, Letsitele No. 2,;j4U, L'oouihe Bauk No. 
2,a45, Craighead No. 2,557, W.-iMicuk No. '2M~, York No. '.2,407, Kingston No. 
'J,40f). :uid Fi.rpst R.'sorvc No. L',.')59. 



Area No. 7. 
Districts of Waterberg, Pietersburg, Lydenburg and Middelburo. 

1. Extent of seliedulod area .. 217,601 morgen 27;{ sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . G21,7."}5 ,, 327 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 7 . . 839,337 ,, (approximate). 

Description. 
From the south-western beacon of tlie farm Schaajiplaats No. 73G, District 
Pietersburg, generally eastwards along the Pietersburg District boundary to the 
southern beacon of the farm Handjes No. 1,G35, District Pietersburg, thence 
^eneially eastward.^, along the l)(iuii<lai ies ol and including lht> t'olhiwing farms in 
Pietersburg District: Randjes No. 1,G35, Droogte No. l,y7'J, Rooibokvlakte No. 
1,971, Katferkraal No. 1,970, Turfpan No. l,9tiG, Dwaalkop No. o.'W, Doornvlei 
No. G12, M'Phatlele's Location, Naauwpoort No. 521, Goedehoop No. 1,G24, 
Kaffirpoort No. 5G2, Muiskraal No. 541, Bakenkop No. 1,795, Katkloof No. 563, 
Tigerpoort No. 542, to the eastern beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence 
generally north-eastwards along the Pieteisburg District boundary to the south- 
western beacon of Mafefe's Tjocation, thence generally north-east\var<ls and south- 
eastwards along the boundaries of and including tlie fcillowing farms in I'ieters- 
burg District: Mafefe's Location, Cork No. 2,G43, Daltim No. 2.(i4G, Kiel No. 
2,650, Helvetia No. 2,653, Houndslow No. 2,656, (jii)raltar No. 2.Go8, Moltke No. 
185, Dokhalva No. 2,577, to the southern beacon of the last mentioned farm, 
thence south-eastwards along the boundaries of, but excluding the following 
farms: Strasl)urg No. 107, Turkey No. 17.S, Sadowa No. IGG, The Willows No. 177. 
to the .southern beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence north-eastwards along 
the Pietersburg District boundary to the northern beacon of the farm Derby No. 
184, District Lydenburg, thence generally southwards, westwards and south-west- 
wards along the boundaries of and including the following farms in Tjvdenburg 
District: Derby No. 1.S4, Es.sex No. 190, Southampton No. 179, Moriah No. 1.032, 
Chester No. 358, Driehoek No. 548. ilagalieskop No. 33. .Mulford No. 77. Dientje 
No. 552, Elandsfontein No. 1G7, Claremont No. 783, Sterkspruit No. 1,UG1, Cali- 
fornia No. 64, Nooitgedacht No. 1,353, Ardwich No. 507, Klipfontein No. 43, 
Painshill No. 538, Oldham No. 518. Alverton No. 888. Naboomkoi)pies No. 574, 
Rooibokhuigte No. 575, Schlicknianskloof No. 12, Groothoek No. 171, Driekop No. 
170, (iaratoun No. 4G7, ilo(>])akiantz No. 5, liouthosch No. 454, Sou|)ioiia No. 11, 
Government Ground, li-onstone No. 238, Droogelioek No. 94, Driehoek No. 87, to 
the western beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence generally north-westwards 
along the boundaries of and inchnling the followinsj farms in the Middelburg 
District: Goedgedacht No. 419, Tweefontein No. 418, Morgenzon No. 422, Mas- 
leroems Oude Stadt Xo. 55G, Frisgewaagd No. 373. Wellevreden No. 371, Eens- 
gevonden No. 372. Deugdvalley No. H')!). Hopefield No. 340, Eeid<antaan No. 351, 
Vogelstruiskopje No. 307, to the south-western beacon of the last menti(pne<l farm, 
thence generally north-westwards along the boundaries of and including tlie fol- 
lowing farms in the "Waterberg District: Van der Mei-weskraal No. 1,949, Doorn- 
])Oorl No. 1.8()2. Bellevue No. I.97G, Cliailotle's Lust No. 2.(I(;H, ;nnl /ebediela's 
Tiocation No. 2,391 to the place of beginning. 



Area No. 8. 
District of Marico. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 136,212 morgen 266 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area .. 92,162 ,, 443 „ 

3. Total extent of Area No. 8 . . 228,375 „ 109 „ 

Dencription . 

From the north-western beacon of the faini Schuinsdam No. 131, District 
Marico, generally westwards along the Transvaal Provincial boundary to the 
iiorth-eastern beacon of the farm l^ral\la,ngte No. 158, thence generally south- 
wards, westwards and southwards along the boundaries of, and including the 
following farms in Marico District : Brnlvlaagte No. 158, Vinkiivier No. 152, 



Rei'out. 3.i 

Hiutebeestfontein No. 195, Scboonlaagte Xo. 250, Kaufontein No. 24'J, Zwartkop- 
foiiteiu No. :528, Buitenkuil No. 244. Witkleigit No. 27:}, Driehoek No. 21. Drie- 
Iniitein No. -id, AVitfontein No. 1, liiaki'an No. 200, JJuispfxnt No. •■>19, Welvpi- 
diend No. 201, Dam vau Mctsug-o No. 54, Matjesvalh'i No. 205. to the .south- 
western beacon of the last mentioned faim, thence j^-enerally south-we.st wards, 
north-westwards and wcstwaj'd.s along the boundary of Moilo's Location to its south- 
western beacon, thence generally northwards along the Transvaal Provincial 
boundars- to (ho place of beginning. 



Area No. 9. 

DlSTBICT-S OF MaRICO AND RuSTENBURG. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 98,862 morgan 187 .sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 473,057 ,, 439 

3. Total extent of Area No. 9 . . 571,920 ,, 26 

Description. 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Naauwpoort No. 100, District Rus- 
tenburg, generally south-eastwards, north-eastwards, south-eastwards and south- 
westwards along the boundaries of, and including the following farms: Naauw- 
poort No. 150, Olifantshoek No. 122, Tambootiehoek No. 408, Elandshoek No. 921. 
Vogelstruisdraai No. 132, Welgeval No. l-'i3, de Paarl No. 437, Roodebloem No. 
442, Welbezorgd No. 441, Distriktshoek No. 440, Bloemdal No. 439, Rhenoster- 
kop No. 1,048, Syferkuil No. 372, Holfontein No. 593 (portion Saulspoort Loca- 
tion), Witfontein No. 215, Vogelstruiskraal No. 347, Kraalhoek No. 51G, Yark- 
vlei No. 903, Turfbult No. 999, Spitskop No. 298, Nooitgedacht No. 281, Yark- 
fontein No. 51, Koedoespruit No. 572, Zandfontein No. 729, Doornpoort No. 251, 
Saulspoort No. 2G9 {portion of Saulspoort Location). Koedoesfontein No. 818, 
Legkraal No. 725, 01iv«nfontein No. 745, Scliaapkraal No. 12, Welgeval No. 749, 
Government Ground No. 156, Yogelstruisnek No. 002. Palmietfontein No. 567, 
Bakhoutraudje No. 1,039, Bultfontein No. 712 (Diederick Mogale's Location), 
Blinkklippen No. 638, Rietlontein No. 927. Fitval No. 967, Middeliu No. 968. 
Silverkrans No. 884, Grootfouteiu No. 301 (Motostse Tholwe Location), Yrede No. 
650, Turflaagte No. 113, Zandfontein No. 390, Kortkloof No. 539, to the southern 
beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence generally north-westwards along dis- 
trict boundary to the south-eastern beacon of the farm Riekersdam No. 203, Dis- 
trict ilarico, thence westwards, north-westwards along the boundaries of, and 
including the farms Riekersdam No. 203, Zamenkonist No. 88, District Marico, 
to the north-eastern beacon of the last mentioned farm, thence northwards and 
westwards along the district boundary to the south-eastern beacon of the farm 
Koppieskraal No. 272, District Marico, thence westwards, northwards and west- 
wards along the boundary and including the last mentioned farm to tlie north- 
eastern beacon of the said farm, thence northwards along the district boundary to 
the south-eastern beacon of the farm Rooikoppiesfontein No. 123, District Marico, 
thence south-westwards, northwards. south-Wfstwards. noith-eastwards and east- 
wards along the boundaries of and including the farms Rooikoppiesfontein No. 
123, Stryfontein No. 124, and Zilkadtskop No. 122, to the north-eastern beacon of 
the last mentioned farm, thence northwards along the district boundary to the 
place of beginning. 



Area No. 10. 
Dlstrict of Lichtenburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 57.120 morgen 140 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 107.966 .. 424 

3. Total extent of Area No. 10 . . 165,086 „ 564 

Dexcrij)tion . 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Driefontein No. 88, District Lich- 
tenburg, generally south-eastwards, southwards and south-westwards along the 
boundaries of, and including the following farms: Driefontein No. 88. Fitgeput 
No. 300 (portion of Machabe's Location), de Hoop No. 94. Shiela No. 49. Yer- 
dwaal No. 343, Stigling.span No. 344, Kopsteel No. 375. Kaalpan No. 334, Brooksby 

[U.G. 19-16.] 



.U Re POUT. 

No. ;{(;(). Loinl>aur<l8laaf»te No. 290, Vrede No. .ill, Mooipan No. ;{1(), Dooiu- 
laagtc No. ;i'J'J, to tlic castpiii hfacnn of Kimaiia's Localioii, tlieuce soutl\-w«st- 
warcls, noitli-westv.aids alotifr 'li<' soutliciii l)()uii(laiy of Kuiiaiia'.s Location to tlie 
;:outli-w('<tcrii iH'acoii of last iiamo<l T^o.atioii, lliciiro pciicially iKiitli-i'astwanls 
alonp the Transvaal I'roviiicial lioiiiiilai'v to tin' |)laco of licciiiiiiiifr- 



Area No. 11. 
District op Lichtenburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area In.L'til niorgon i:!3 .^^q. nl.s. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 737 ,, 475 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 11 .. 10,999 „ 8 „ 

Description . 
The area comprising^ the following farms, District Licliteiilmrg- : Eooijantjes- 
fontein No. 71, portion of the farm Rhenosterdoorus No. (17 and poition of the 
farm Koppiesfontein No. 98. 



Area No. 12. 
District of Lichtenburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 4,632 morgen 512sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 8,602 ,, 5 ,, 

3. Total extent of area No. 12 .. 13,234 „ 517 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the following farms : District Lichtenburg. Putfontein 
No. 70, Vogelstruisknop No. 198. Holgat No. 104 and Omega No. 227. 



Area No. 13. 
Districts of Marico .vnd Rustenburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 8,983 morgen 101 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area .. 5 ,, 191 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 13 .. 8,988 „ 292 „ 

Descriplion. 

The area comprising the following farms : Rietfontein No. 402, District Rusten- 
burg, eastern portion Brakkuil No. 318, including portion S\H'erfontein No. 299, 
District Marico, and poition Syferfontein No. 299, District Marico. 



Area No. 14. 
District of Rustenburg. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. t)2, 764 morgen 380 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 4,581 ,, 505 „ 

3. Total extent of Area No. 14 .. 67,346 ,, 285 

Description, 
(a) From the north-western beacon of the farm Ledig No. 744, District 
Rustenburg, generally eastwards, soxith-eastwards and north-westwards ahmg the 
l)()un<laries of, and iiicUidiiig the following farms: Ledig No. 744, Styldrift No. 
5M5, Haiti'becstspruit No. ti4:J, portion Rhenosterfontein No. 8S7, (South of 
Klaudsrivier), Hartebeestspruit No. M'-i. Goedgedacht No. 3(j!), Klipgatkop No. 
8(iD. Diepkuil No. -■iS-".. Hicrkraal .\o. 40:',, Twe<'dcpoort No. 189, Klaiidsheuvol 
No. 285, Klipgat No. 8o4, Turttontein No. •"597, Klipfontein No. 008, Turftontein 
No. ;{97, Klipgat No. 834, Elandsheuvel No. 285, Reinroyalskraal No. m^i, Wilde- 



beestfoutein No. 497, Boschfontein No. 489. fTOedgedacht No. 200, Bierfontei 
No. 4:J2, Tuiftontein No. 297. I'itvalgrond No. .3;i4, Boschkopje No. 685, StyldrH 
No. 583 and Ledig No. 744. to the place of beginning. 

[bj The area including the farms Zaiiddiift No. 886, Haakbo.sch No. 340 
and Honingfontein No. 571. 



Repoht. 



35 



Area No. 15. 
District of Rustenburg. 

1. Extent of sclieduled area . . 25,334 niorgen 40 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 9,451 ,, 515 ,, 

3. Total extent of Area No. 15 34,785 „ 555 ,, 

Descriijtion. 

From tlio north-«c.steru beacon of (he faiiii Weljievouden No. 'Zi'u , Distiict 
l?u.steuburg, generally south-eastwards, westwai'ds and north-westwards along the 
boundaries of and including' the follow-ing farms: Welgevonden No. 2G~, portion 
Zanddrift No. 920, Gel^uk No. 365, Lospersfontein No. 119, Wolvekraal No. 512, 
Kareepoort No. (;2;i, poitioii Boschfonlein No. 381, Kafferskraal No. 597, Leeuw- 
kop No. 501, portion Los])ersfonteiii No. 119, ])ortiou Waaikraai No. 20(), and 
Welgevonden No. 267, to Ihe place of beginning. 

Area No. 16. 
District^of^Pretoria. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 16 



41,140 morgen 407 sq. rds. 
222,047 „ 120 „ 



Not e. — III the 
eveut of the pro- 
posed exchange of 
lands authorised by 
Act Xo. 32 of 19U 
being carried out 
the land given to 
the people of Darius 
Mogale and of Ma- 
mogale in exchange 
shall be a Natiye 
area in lieu of that 
taken away (ii</« 
Resolution of 8th 
November, 1915). 



263,187 



527 



Description . 

From the north-western beacon of the farm liuffelspoort No. 330, District 
Pretoria, generally eastwards along the district boundary to the north-eastern 
beacon of the farm Zaagkuilfontein No. 518, thence generally south-eastwards, 
so\ith-westwards, north-westw'ards along the boundaries of and including- the fol- 
lo\\ ing farms : Zaagkuilfontein No. 518, Meyersbult No. 613, Wynandskraal No. 
154, Boschplaats No. 507, Leeuwkraal No. 396, Tweefontein No. 275, Sterkwater 
No. 213, Stinkwater No. 585, Bezuidenhoutskraal No. 517, Kromkuil No. 122, 
Klipgat No. 11, Klippan No. 54, Eersteregt No. 464, Klipgat No. 555, Government 
(jiound No. 115, Kameelfontein No. 51, Sjambokzynkraal No. 52, Kafferskraal 
No. 323, ])ortion Wildebeesthoek No. 20, Kaft'erskraal No. 323, Sjambokzynkraal 
No. 52, Hoekfontein No. 394, Sjambokzynkraal No. 52, Syferfontein No. 310, 
Government (iround No. 115, Kleinfontein No. 7, Klipgat No. 525, Rietgat No. 
520, Waterval No. 189, to the south-western beacon of the last mentioned farm, 
thence ceueiallv north-westwards alons' the district b(uindarv to the iilace of 
beginning. 



Area No. 17. 
Districts of Pretoria, Waterberg and Middelburg. 



1. Extent of scheduled area 

2. Extent of additional area 

3. Total extent of Area No. 17 



27,572 inorgen 454 sq. rds. 
244.537 ., 422 

272,110 „ 276 „ 



Description . 

From the north-western beacon of the farm Pankojipen No. 505, District 
Pi'ctoiia, generally in)i'th-eastwards along the boundaries of and including the 
farms Pankoppen No. 505, Zandfcintein No. 26, Bultfoutein Xo. 472. to the north- 
western beacini of the fa)in Hulffontcin No. 472, thence generally north-eastwards 
along the district boundary to tlie soutii-western beacon of the farm de Putten No. 
2,150, District Waterbeig, thence generally north-westwards, north-eastwards, 
south-eastwards and south-westwards along tlie boundaries of and inchuling the 
following farms: De Putten No. 2,150, tjoedv(iorall(>s No. 1,719, ( l])geruimd No. 
1,7')0, in Distiict Watci-bcig; ilabaan's Location Xo. 32, Distrii-t Pitdoiia: Geei- 
lieksvhn Xo. 345, District Watciberg, ilabaan's Location No. 32, District Pre- 
toria, to its soulii-eastern beacon, thence generally north-eastwards and southwards 
along tiie Pretoria District boundary to the south-eastern beacon of the farm 
Rondavel No. 86, Distiict Pretoria: thence generally southwards along the boun- 
daries of and including tlie following farms: IJondavel No. 86. Marble Hall 
No. 248, Kleinklipput X*o. 596, Vaalfonteiii No. 415, Nooitgcdacht X'^o. 563, 
Kleinw.iter No. 273, to the south-eastern beactui of the last mentituied farm, Dis- 
tiict Pret(U'ia ; thence generally eastwards, smithwards and westwards along 

[U.G. 19- '16.] 



:Ui l^v.i'our. 

tlie ItoiiiuliinVs of and including tin' idliovvinji: {amis in District Middel- 
Imri; ; I'mtion Lct'uwkiaal X(i. '•i4<S, Hlicnustt'iko]) No. "jliG, Kielkloof No. 
■'>(»!), l';hnids|.laals .No. I IH, (iocdgiMlaclil X<i. liU, Kanioiddooin N(i. (if., to 
the .soutli-wcsti'in licaion of last nii-ntioncd farm in District Middi-lburp; 
theme generiiily noith-westwards along tlio l>oun<hiries of and including the 
following farms in District Pretoria: IhifVelsfontein No. 259, Kwarrielaagte 
No. 006. Klipfontein No. 241. litzoek No. 250, ( )ude Stad van Maleeuw 
No. 5()4. l-;iainKkiiins No. ;t21. Knilsrivier .\o. 12. /ondagsfontcin No. 
258. Kickvorsclifontein No. 1. (loederde No. 348, Zoetmolksfontein No. .TJ2, Klip- 
plaatdrift No. ;195. Pieterskraal No. 418, Wolvekraal No. 5G(I, Koraanbult No. 117, 
Vaalhank No. W-i, Riekertslaagte No. 511, Wynruit No. 590. Droogegrond No. 
598. Witlaagte No. 445. Bultfonteiu No. 472. Zandfontein No. 26, rankop])eu No. 
•')()o, to the ]ilace of lieginning. 



Area No. 18. 

Dl.STRK'T OF BaRBERTON. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 20,400 morgan. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 18 .. .. 20,400 „ 

Description. 
From the north-eastern beacon of the farm Ludwichslust No. 107, District 
Barberton, generally ea.stwards dcnvn the middle of the Crocodile River to the 
nortli-eastern beacon of the Komati])oort Towiilands No. 198, thence generally 
.south-westwards along the boundary of but excluding the Komatipoort Townlands 
No. 198, to where it crosses the railway line, thence generally westwards along 
the northern boundary of the railway line to where it crosses the eastern boundary 
of the farm Ludwichslust No. 107, thence nortliwards along the eastern boundary 
of last mentioned farm to the ])lace of beginning. 



Area No. 19. 
Di.'iTRicT OF Barberton. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 213,724 morgen 463 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 19 213,724 „ 463 „ 

Description. 
From the north-western beacon of the farm Teppe.sreef No. 15 (on 
Kamshlubaua Kop) District Barberton, generally north-eastwards along the 
boundaries of and including the following farms: Jeppesreet No. 15. Schoemans- 
dal No. Vi, Buffelspruit No. 11, Yygenboom No. G, Richtershoek No. 4, Dadel- 
spruit No. 3, Te Kort No. 103, thence north-westwards along the southern boun- 
dary of the " Kaap Block " to beacon 77 A. of the Komatipoort Townlands No. 
198', thence generally south-eastwards along the boundaiies of but excluding the 
following farms: Komatijiooit Townlands No. 198, Cooprsdal No. 1, and Costilo- 
polis No. 2, to the eastern beacon of the last-mentioned farm, thence generally 
southwards, south-westwards and north-westwards along the Transvaal Provincial 
boundary to the place of beginning. 

Area No. 20. 
District of Piet Retiep. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area .. 91,333 morgen 383 ,sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 20 91,333 „ 383 „ 

Descrijition . 
From the north-western beacon of the farm Highlands No. 87, Di.strict Piet 
Retief, generally eastwards and southwards along the Transvaal Provinical boun- 
dary, to the southern beacon of the farm Lebombospoort No. 170, thence up the 
miiidle of the Pougola River to the south-western beacon of the farm Kortnek 
No. 32, thence generally northwaids along the boundaries of and including the 
following farms: Kortnek No. 32. Mogaan No. 27 and iliglilaiids No. 87 to the 
place of beginning. 



Bepoht. 37 

SCHEDULE IV. 



ORANGE FREE STATE. 



Area No. 1. 
District of HARRis>nTH. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 50,000 morgen. 

2. Extent of additional area 500 

3. Total extent of Area No. 1 50,500 „ 

Description. 
The area comprising the Witzieshoek Reserve and the farm Eerstezending 



No. 776. 



Area No. 2. 
District of Hoopstad. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 5,431 morgen 273 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 2 . . 5,431 „ 273 „ 

Description . 
The farm Blesbokfontein No. 82. 



Area No. 3. 
District of Kroonstad. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 873 morgen 436 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 3 . . 873 „ 436 

Description . 
The farm CorneUasdal No. 80. 



Area No. 4. 

Districts of Fauresmith and Jacobsdal. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2 Extent of additional area .. 39,101 morgen 329 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 4 . . 39,101 „ 329 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the farms Poortjesdam No. 125, Jakalsput No. 229, 
Vogelstruiskooi No. 279, Doornhoek No. 128, Droogleegte No. 121, and Winkelhaak 
No. 120. 



Are.a. No. 5. 
District of Senekal. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 409 morgen 430 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 5 . . 409 „ 430 ., 

Description. 
The farm Friesgewaagd No. 67. 
[U.G. 19— IG.] 



38 REPonr. 

Area No. 6. 
District of Edenburg. 

1. Extent of sclicdiilcd area ... — 

2. Extent of additional area .. :2l,r>:t!l nungcn 242 6q. rda. 
.•{. Total extent of Area No. (1 .. 21,539 „ 242 „ 

Descri/ilion. 
The farm Betlumv Xo. Hi. 



Are.\ No. 7. 
District of Th.\ba 'Nchu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. 17,6()() niorgen 502sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . — 

3. Total extent of Area No. 7 .. 17,0(JU „ 502 

Description . 

The Seliha Re.serve coinpri.sing the farms Roodehult No. 33. Kgamo No. 34. 
Bofulo No. 37, Tala No. 3G, iSeliba No. 35, Kgalala No. 41, and Morogo No. 40. 



Area No. 8. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 2,849 morgen 265 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 8 . . 2,849 „ 2()5 

Description . 

The area comprising the farms Mogokare No. 494, Lethoko No. 493, Letsego 
No. 492, Masimo No. 490, Mafekeng No. 314, Buitcmelo No. 495, Zaaiplaats " A " 
No. 491. Zaaiplaat.s No. 438, Koornlande No. 282, Driftplaats No. 211, Moslieunyane 
No. 86, Vlakplaats No. 420 and Bultplaats No. 159. 



Area No. 9. 
iJi.sTRicT OF Thaba 'Nchu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 947 morgen 493 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 9 . . 947 „ 493 

Description. 
The farm Wilgeboomspruit No. 121. 



Area No. 10. 
Dlstrict of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area 6.631 morgen 55 sq. rds. 

2. Extent of additional area . . 23.958 ,. 340 

3. Total extent of Area No. in . . 30,589 „ 395 

Description. 

The area comprising the farms ^lotsoakane No. 449, Bloemspruit No. 72, 
Potsane No. 75, Liboda No. 59. Makoto No. 136. Thaba 'Nchu No. 404, Erf No. 
222, Erf No. 223, Erf No. 224. Victoria No. 127. .Middcl Erf No. 114, Bitervley No. 
115, Walhoek No. 116, Boikhuco No. 507, .Meloendrift No. 128, Matlapaneng No. 
455, Somerset No. 55, Moroto No. 68, Segopocho No. 508, Leeuwfontein No. 129, 
Parads's No. 358, Groenheuvel No. 69. Tafelkop No. 141, Erf Gaelame No. 245, 
Tuinbult No. 403, Rooifontein No. 60 and Fontcinhoek No. 84. 



Eefoet. S9 

Area No. 11. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area .. — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 299 niorgen 366 .sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 11 . . 299 „ 366 „ 

Descri2)tio7i. 
The farm Brereton No. 180. 



Area No. 12. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 6,931 morgen 453 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 12 .. 6,931 „ 453 „ 

Descrij)tio7i. 

The area comprising the farms Mooipan No. 324, Diphereng No. 62, Maseru 
No. 64 and Goschen No. 101. 

Area No. 13. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area .. 2,117 morgen 210 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 13 .. 2,117 „ 210 „ 

Description. 
The farm Ramahutshe No. 47. 



Area No. 14. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . — 

2. Extent of additional area 3,033 morgen. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 14 . . . . 3,033 

Description. 
The farm Palmietfontein No. 67. 



Area No. 15. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1. Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . 299 morgen 366 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 15 . . 299 „ 366 

Description. 
The farm Lesaka No. 297. 



Area No. 16. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area .. 1,365 morgen 150 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 16 .. 1,365 „ 150 

Description. 
The farm Mooiplaats No. 118. 
[U.U. I'J— 16.] 



40 Re POUT. 

Arka No. 17. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1. I'^xtcnt of scheduled area .. — 

2. Extent of additional area .. 11,528 morgan 506 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 17 .. 11,528 „ 506 

Description. 

The area comprising the farms Comraissie Drift No. 124, Brakfontein No. 140, 
Wildebeestspruit No. 77, Vaalkop No. 66, Goedhoop No. 70, Bastards Post No. 147, 
and Dakpoort No. 117. 

Area No. 18. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . — - 

2. Extent of additional area .. 21,705 morgen 599 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 18 .. 21,705 „ 599 

Description. 

The area comprising the farms Balaclava No. 166, Naauwpoort No. 74, Brand- 
kop No. 78, Gamabetoe No. 102, Rietfontein No. 119, Klipfontein No. 110. 



Area No. 19. 

District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . . . . . — 

2. Extent of additional area . . . . . . 4,237 morgen. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 19 .. .. 4,237 

Description . 
The farm Thaba Patchoa No. 106. 



Area No. 20. 
District of Thaba 'Nchu. 

1 . Extent of scheduled area . . — 

2. Extent of additional area .. 1,195 morgen 40 sq. rds. 

3. Total extent of Area No. 20 .. 1,195 „ 40 „ 

Description. 

The area comprising the following farms : Delta No. 518, Zeta No. 516, Kappa 
No. 517 and Andriesfontein No. 63. 



Rei'Ort. 41 

MIMTK in TlIK ( IIAIKMAX ])ISSi;.\TlN(i IHo.M TIIK DKlJMITATlOX 

IX XATAL AM) Zri,ri,AXl). 

I legiet 1 uiu unable to agree with my colleagues as to the delimitation of 
European and Xative areas in Xatai and Zuhdaiul. It appears to me that the 
conditicns which ohtain there to-day make it unwise and inexpedient to attempt 
to apply the Xatives Land Act, at any rate in its present form, to tiie whole of 
these territories, and I can see no usefid purjwse to be gained by doing so. I 
feel moreover convinced that any attempt to do so will only lead to serious dis- 
satisfaction to both Kiiro])eans and Natives. 

The conditions In Xatal, exclusive of the Districts of I'trecht, Pauljjieters- Natal. 

burg, Yryheid and Ngotshe which once tonned part of the Transvaal are, and . 
liave been, totaily i.iffeient to tliose in tiic other Pioviuces. There has been no 
demand in Xatal for the enforcement of a S<iuatlcrs Act or for any further segre- 
gation of the Natives. Indeed the opinion of Natal, as expre.s.sed in the evidence 
given before the t'omniissiou by those l)est qualified to know, is against the appli- 
cation of the Natives Land Act to Natal. 

In Natal, since it iM-came a liritish possession, the Natives have always had, 
and largely exercised, the right to purchase land outside their defined locations, 
and they regard .uiy infringement of this right as a breach of the terms of the 
Proclamation issued by Her late Majesty Queen Victoria at the time the country 
was annexed by Great Britain. (See the petitions presented to the Commission.) 
The Natives in Natal now privately own alM)ut ;Jo9,000 acres, on which are 
residing some ^JT.OOO Natives. These lands are, in certain areas, so intermixed 
with lands owned by Eurojieans that any line of demarcation can only be 
arbitrarily made, and may result in serious hardship or injustice to both European 
and Native owners. 

The area set aside for Native occupation (including Mission Reserves) and 
preserved for their use by Royal Letters Patent and by the South Africa Act, 
amount to nearlj' two and a half million acres, or about 15 per cent, of the whole 
of Natal. These areas are, according to the Native nuxle (d occupation, almost 
all fully occupied, and do not afford more than a very limited opportunity for the 
introduction of Natives from outside. 

Apart from these Reserves there are some 440,000 Natives, or more than one 
half the total Native ])opulation of Natal, residing on Euroj)ean-owned farms and 
Crown lands. Large numbers reside on what are known as the " thorn farms 
— indicating the hotter areas where the mimosa flourishes. These are not occupied 
by Europeans, or only partially so, but are used for winter gia/.ing, and for 
obtaining a supply of labourers for farming ])urposes : they are valuable lands 
and capable of considerable development in the future. To include a portion 
of these farms within proposed Native areas means extending the alrea<ly large 
Native Reserves from which the l']ui<ipean is excluded, while, at the same time, 
they are too small to provide for the removal of squatters from the excluded 
farms or to give scope for the piirchase of land by individual Natives : the objects 
of the Act would, in fact, not be attained. 

As regards the Crown lands, they lie for the most part along the deep gorges 
of the Drakcnsberg, or are .situated in dep]) hot valleys surrounded by krantzes. 
Where these are not already in Native o<(U])ation, they are unfitted for it. 

A further point which has to be considered, and it is one on which the 
Natives lav great stress, is tluit it seems unju.-it to debar the Native from pur- 
chasing land in areas where the Indian, who is alien to the country, is free to 
do so. 

As regards Zululand, it is sufficient here to point out that Zululand was ZrnjLAsn. 
delimited into Native Reserves and Crown lands by the Zxdulaud Delimitation 
Commission of I9()'J-1904. the Crown lauds l>eing made available for disposal 
to Eiiropeans by the Natal Government, to which the countiy was annexed. It 
was not, however, intended, nor did the Zulus understand, that they were to be 
deprived of their right to acquire any portion of the re.served Crown lands by 
purcha.se. 

The delimitation was made after a veiy thorough enquiry by persons well 
acquainted with tlie Zulus and their cmintiv; but. even so, we find that whole 
tribes or large portions of tribes who had long been in occupation of their lands 
- — some of which were not acquired by conquest btit by vohintary surrender — 
were not provided for, and were left on the reserved Crown lands. There are 
to-day some 24,328 Zulus and Amatonga occupying these lands, and they are 

[T^G. 19-16.] " E 



12 Bki'oht. 

askiug to-day tor tlicii LukIs 'o he ipstoied (o tliem. The dplimitatioii was 
acquiesced in by the Zulus only because they liad no alternative, and the inevitable 
had to be accepted. I^uice the deliniitalion tliey liave icniaincd h)yLil and j)eaceful 
and the bitterness of the losses suffered is past. 

The Delimitation Commission in its Rejunt expressed the hniK- that the 
delimitation would be:-- 

" as final a settlement as it is possible to etiect, and that no further changes 

will be initiated in the near futuie " ; 

but if the question is now re-opened and European and Native areas are defined 
anew. I think endless trouble is likely to eusuo. If any alterations may be found 
necessary in the future, either in the interests of black or white, the machinery 
exists whereby such alterations can be effected with little or no disturbance of 
the Natives. 

The foregoing: remarks do not apply to that ])ortiou of Zululaml known as 
Proviso B, which was acquired by the Dutch of the New Uepublic and subse- 
(juently included as a. part of Zululand. 
Neitk.m. Aukas. In my opinion neither the Natives Land Act nor the terms of its reference 

require the Commission to delimit the whole extent of the T'nion into European 
and Native areas respectively. The reccnnnicndatiou of the South African Native 
Affairs Commission (Section 195 of their Report) is : — • 

"the creation of such areas in all Colonies and Possessions where tins run 
be convenienily done " ; 
and I think it is quite competent for this Commission, where this cannot be con- 
veniently done, to leave undefined or neutral areas wliich would be open alike 
to white and black for the acquisition of land. But this opinion is not shared 
by ray fellow-Commissioners, who regard it as contrary to the intention of the 
Legislature and the terms of the Act. 

If it were jjermitted to leave such neutral areas, I would suggest: — 
.Naial. (1) that exclusive of the recognised Native Locations and Mission Reserves 

which are scheduled, and which would still remain Native areas, the 
whole area between the rivers Tugela and Fnikunianzi be declared an 
European area ; 
fit will be seen by reference to the map that the (juantity of land which 
has been privatelv ac(|uirc(l by Natives within this area is cxtrtMnely 
limited.) 
{2) the area included between the rivers Tugela and HuiValo be left a 
" neutral " area ; 

(3) the area south of the Fmkonianzi River to the borders of the Province 
be left a " neutral " area ; 

(4) that the delimitations of the Commission within the Divisions of 

Ftrecht, Yn,-heid, Paulpietersburg and Ngotshe be left as defined. 

ZuLDLASD. (1) That the delimitations of the Commission within the Division of Em- 

tonjaneni (Proviso B) be left as defined : 
(2) that the remainder of Zululand be left as it is, aiid that it be exempted 
from the operation of the Act. 

\V. ri. nKAIMoXT. 

Chairman. 



Kl-.l'OlM . 

Cape of Good Hope — Native Areas Recommended. 



43 







Extent of 


Extent pro- 




No. of 




Scheduled 


posed under 


Total extent 


Native 


Ui.stricl. 


Land within 


Section 2(1) 


of proposed 


Area. 




the Area. 


(6) of Act. 


Native .Area. 






Jlorgen. 


Morgen. 


Morgen . 


1 


Vryburg and Mafeking 


238,945 


485,150 


724,095 


2 


Mafeking 


! 82,533 


12,286 


94,819 


3 


Vryburg 


! 20,730 


— 


20,730 


4 


Vryburg 


1 26,960 


— 


26,960 


5 


Vryburg 


j 75,623 


9,050 


84,673 


6 


Kuruman and Vryburg 


210,147 


477,310 


687,457 


7 


Kuruman 


J 72,189 


3,850 


76,039 


8 


Vryburg and Barkly West . . 


222,118 


109,577 


331,695 


9 


Hay .. .. ' 


13,840 


— 


13,840 


10 


Hay 


15,111 


— 


15,111 


11 


Herbert 


32,732 


— 


32,732 


12 


Herschel 


. 206,156 


— 


206,156 


13 


Wodehouse 


6,500 


— 


6,500 


14 


Wodehouse 


— 


33,000 


33,000 


15 


Glen Grey . . . . 


268,319 


— 


268,319 


16 


Queenstown 


5,555 


4,761 


10,316 


17 


Queenstown 


59,418 


13,221 


72,639 


18 


Cathcart 


— 


1,889 


1,889 


19 


Fort Beaufort and Victoria East . . 


15,401 


— 


15,401 


20 


Victoria East . . 


14,766 


2,434 


17,200 


21 


Victoria East . . 


6,536 


— 


6,536 


22 


King William's Town 


257,457 


2,160 


259,617 


22 (a) 


King William's Town 


7,890 


— 


7,890 


23 


Stutterheim 


— 


8,000 


8,000 


24 


Stutterheim 


3,000 


— 


3,000 


25 


Stutterheim 


4,860 


712 


5,572 


26 


Peddie 


63,725 


15,982 


79,707 


27 


East London . . 


1 1,850 


— 


1,850 


28 


East London . . 


i 5,349 


— 


5,349 


29 


East London . . 


4,280 


— 


4,280 


30 


Komgha and East London '. . 


3,209 


4,267 


7,476 


31 


East London . . 


— 


3,200 


3,200 


32 


Port Elizabeth 


619 


1,824 


2,443 


33 


Humansdorp . . 


660 


— 


660 


34 


Humansdorp . . 


3,246 


4,034 


7,280 


35 


Humansdorp . . 


1,800 


— 


1,800 


36 


Kentani 


131,233 


3,872 


135,105 


37 


Butterworth 


1 70,760 


1,533 


72,293 


38 


Nqamakwe 


126,877 


395 


127,272 


39 


Tsomo 


119,591 


— 


119,591 


40 


St. Marks 


140,002 


— 


140,002 


41 


Xalanga and Elliot . . 


105,531 


1,876 


107,407 


42 


Engcobo 


318,406 


— 


318,406 


43 


IdutyTva 


132,745 


— 


132,745 


44 


Willowvale 


161,471 


— 


161,471 


45 


Elliotdale 


89,656 


— 


89,656 


46 


Mqanduli 


152,551 


— 


152,551 


47 


Umtata 


171,147 


— 


171,147 


48 


Tsolo 


191,407 


— 


191,407 


49 


Libode . . 


157,842 


— 


157,842 


50 


Ngqeleni ... 


133,047 


— 


133,047 


51 


Port St. Johns ' 


i 92,226 


— 


92,226 


52 


Lusikisiki 


279,096 




279,096 


53 


Bizana . . 


211,666 




211,666 


54 


Flagstaff 


127,302 


> — 


127,302 


55 


Tabankulu 


153,911 


1 " 


153,911 


L^' 


G. 19-16.] 









44 Hei'ORT. 

Cape of (Jood Hope — Native Areas Recommended — {continued). 







Extent uf 


Kxtont pro- 




No. of 




Schodiilpil 


posed under 


Total extent 


Native 


District. 


Land within 


Section 2 (1) 


of proposed 


Area. 




tho Area. 


(/-)of Act. 


Native Area. 




1 


Morgon. 


Morgen. 


Morgon. 


56 


1 Mount Ayliif 


108,857 


— 


108,857 


57 


Mount Frere 






204,409 


— 


204,409 


58 


Qumbu . . 






165,099 


— 


165.099 


59 


Mount Fletcher 






279,399 


— 


279,399 


60 


Matatiele 






1,148 


1,225 


2,373 


61 


Matatiele 






160,231 


46,527 


206,758 


62 


Matatiele 






8,021 


1,000 


9,021 


63 


Mount Clinic . . 






4,038 


— 


4,038 


64 


Umzimkulii 






94,342 


63,920 


158,262 




Totals 


6,043,535 


1,313,055 


7,356.590 



Natal — Native Areas Recommended. 



No. of 
Native 
Area. 



District. 



i;xlcnl of 

Sclieduled 

Land within 

t))e Area. 



Extent pro- 
posed under 
Section 2 (1) 
(6) of Act. 



Total ex I lilt 

of ]>rop(fSc(i 

Native Area. 



4 

5 
6 



8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



Morgen. 
Paulpieter.sburg and Ngotshe . . ' — 

Ingwavuma, Ubombo and Ngotslic 467,744 
Ngotshe, Vryheid, Mahlabatini. 

Ndwandwe, Hlabisa, Umfolozi and 

Emtonjancni . . . . 737,051 

Newcastle . . . . . . — 

Klip River — 

Klip River, Nqutu, Hclpniakaar, 

Weenen and Dundee .. .. 127,088 
Nkandhla, Emtonjaneni, Umfolozi 

and Eshowe 395,457 

Mtunzini 17,009 

Mtunzini 12,757 

Umfolozi 5,670 

Umfolozi 27,450 

Lower Tugcla, Umvoti, Mapumulo, 

Ndwedwe, Krantzkop and Camper- 



Morgen. 

42,333 
470,616 



589,769 
52,009 
20,864 

87,086 

76,897 



Morgen. 

42,333 
938,360 



1,326.820 
52.0(19 
20,864 

214,174 

472,354 

17,009 

12,757 

5,670 

27,450 





down 


. . 


500,094 


95,68 1 


595.775 


13 


Bergville, Estcourt, Weenen and Im- 










pendhle 




175,539 


159,657 


335,196 


14 


Pietermaritzburg 




27,889 


— 


27,889 


15 


Polela, Impendhle, Ixopo and 


Rich- 










mond 




112,557 


86,774 


199,331 


16 


Polela 




15,899 


4,000 


19,899 


17 


Ixopo, Alexandra and Alfred 




53,967 


167,886 


221,853 


18 


Alexandra 




12,096 


— 


12,096 


19 


Alfred 




15,119 


— 


15,119 


20 


Alfred 




58,206 


— 


58,206 


21 


Lower Umzimkulu 




3,874 


— 


3,874 


22 


Alexandra 




2,928 


— 


2,928 


23 


Lower Tugela 




4,285 


— 


4,285 


24 


Richmond 




2,671 


— 


2,671 


25 


Inanda . . 




— 


8,104 


8,104 




Totals 


•• 


2,775,350 


1,861,680 


4,637,030 



Eeport. 

Transvaal — Native Areas Recommended. 



■No. of 




E.\tciit 


of R.xtent proposed 


Total extent of 


Native 


District. 


.Scheduled 


L.and 


under Sect 


ion 2 


proposed Native 


Area. 




within tlio Area. (1) [h) of the Act. 


Area. 








Sq. 




Sq. 


Sq. 






Morgeii. 


Uds. 


Morgon. 


Rds. 


Morgoii. Rds. 


1 


Waterberg . . 


6,010 


81 


53,4.56 


35 


59,466 116 


2 


Waterberg and 














Pietersbiirg 


s;i,7()7 


109 


544.178 


480 


627,945 589 


3 


Pietersburg. . 


50,0:59 


427 


2.745 


62 


52,784 489 


4 


Pietersburg. . 


19,211 


399 


5,412 


423 


24,624 222 


5 


Zoutpansberg and 














Pietersburg 


187,083 


445 2 


.320,836 


155 


2,.507,92O — 


6 


Pietersburg. . 


29,128 


372 


5,719 


321 


34,848 93 


7 


Waterberg, Pieters- 
burg, Lydenburg, 




1 










and Middolburg 


217,601 


273 


621,735 


327 


839,337 — 


8 


Marico 


136,212 


266 


92,162 


443 


228,375 109 


9 


Marico and Rusten- 














burg 


98,862 


187 


473,057 


439 


571,920 26 


10 


Lichtenburg 


57,120 


140 


107,966 


424 


165,086 .564 


11 


Liclitenburg 


10,261 


133 


737 


475 


10,999 8 


12 


Liciitenburg 


4,632 


512 


8,602 


5 


13,234 517 


13 


Marico and Rusten- 














burg 


8,983 


101 


5 


191 


8,988 292 


14 


Rustenburg 


62.764 


380 


4,581 


505 


67,346 285 


15 


Rustenburg 


25,334 


40 


9,451 


515 


34,785 555 


16 


Pretoria 


41,140 


407 


222,047 


120 


263,187 527 


17 


Pretoria, Waterberg 














and Middelburg 


27,572 


454 


244,537 


422 


272.110 276 


18 


Barberton . . 


■ — 


— 


20,400 


— 


20,400 — 


19 


Barberton . . 


— • 


— 


213,724 


463 


213,724 463 


20 


Piet Retief 


— • 


1 


91,333 


383 


91,333 383 




Totals 


1,065,726 


526 5,042,693 


188 


6,108,420 114 




Orange Free S 


TATE — Native Areas Recommended. 






E 


■ctent of 








No, of 




Scheduled 


Extent proposed 


Total extent of 


Native 


District. 


Land within 


under Section 2 


proposed Native 


Area. 




the Area. 


(I) (6) of the Act. 


.\rea. 








VIorgen. 


Morgen. 


Morgen. 


1 


Harrismith 


. . 


50,000 




500 


50,500 


2 


Hoopstad . . 


. . 


— 


5,431 


5,431 


3 


Kroonstad 




— 




873 


873 


4 


Fauresmith and Jac( 


)hsdal 


. — 


39,101 


39,101 


5 


Senekal 


1 


— 




409 


409 


6 


Edenburg . . 


, , 




— 


21,539 


21,539 


7 


Thaba 'Nchu 


. , 




17,660 




— 


17,660 


8 


Thaba 'Nchu 


, , 




— 


o 


849 


2,849 


9 


Thaba 'Nchu 


, , 




— 




947 


947 


10 


Thaba 'Nchu 






6,631 


23,958 


30,?89 


11 


Thaba 'Nclui 


, , 




— 




299 


299 


12 


Thaba 'Nciiu 


, , 




— 


6,931 


6,931 


13 


Thaba 'Nchu 


, , 




— 


2 


117 


2,117 


U 


Thaba 'Nchu 


1 


— 


3,033 


3,033 


15 


Thaba 'Nchu 




— 




299 


299 


16 


Thaba 'Ncliu 


, , 




— 


1 365 


1,365 


17 


Thaba 'Nchu 






— 


11 


528 


11,528 


18 


Thaba 'Nchu 


, , 




— 


21,705 


21,705 


19 


Thaba 'Nchu 


, , 




— 


4 


237 


4,237 


20 


Thaba 'Nchu 






— 


1 


195 


1,195 




Totals 




74,291 


148,316 


222,607 



[U.ii. 1!) '1(!.] 



APPENDIX I. 



COMMISSION. 

By His Excki.lency the Right Honourable Viscount Gladstone, a Memdek of 
His Majesty's Most Honouhaulk Privy Council, Knight Grand Cross of 
THE Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, High 

COMMISSIONKK FOR SoUTH AfRICA, GoVERNOR-GeNERAL AND CoMMANDER-IN- 
CniEF IN AND CIVEK I HK UnION OF SoUTH AFRICA. 



Tg the Hoinun;l)lt" Sir "William Heiiiv Beaiuiiout, General Sihalk Willeiu 
Ihlifrer, M.P.C, M.E.C., Willinn Kicluml Collins, Ksquiie, .I.P.. Senator 
Colonel Walter Krnest Morliniei- Stantonl, C.IC. C.M.G., the Honourable 
Cornelius Hermanns Wessels. 

Greeting ! 

Whereas it is enacted by Section two of the Natives Laud Act, 1913, that 

a Commission shall lie appointed to enquire into and report upon the matters <le- 
tailed below : 

Now, therefore, reposing: great trust and confidence in j-our knowledge, dis- 
cretion and ability, I have authorised and ajipointed, and do by these Presents 
autliori.se and appoint you, the said William Henry lieaumonl, Schalk Willem 
Burger, William Eichard Collins, Walter Ernest Mortimer Stanford and Cornelius 
Hermanns Wessels. to be my Commissioners, and you the said William Henry 
Beaumont to be Chairman, to enquire and report : 

{(I) What areas within the Fnion of South Africa .should be set apart as 

areas within which Xiitives shall not be permitted to ac(|uire or hire land 

or interests in land ; 

{j>) what areas within the Union of South Africa should be set apart as 

areas within which persons other than Natives shall not be permitted to 

acquire or hire land or interests in land ; 

and further to enquire into and report upon any matters incidental to the setting 

apart of such areas which may be placed before you by the Mini.ster of Native 

Affairs. 

And I do hereby grant, give and confer upon each and all of you all the 
powers, functions, duties and obligations which may be exercised by or required 
from members of the Commission under the provisions of the Natives Land Act, 
1913. 

Given luider my Hand and the Great Seal of the Union of South Africa at 
Pretoria this 27th dav of August, One Thousan<l Nine Hundred and Thirteen. 

GLADSTONE, 

Governor-Geiiera I . 



By Command of His Excellency the Governor-General-in-Council, 

F. S. MALAN. 

^Minister of Native .\ifairs. 



[C.G. 19 -'16.] 






APPENDIX II. 



MATTEKS UKFKItKEl) T(J THK .\AT1VKS LAXJ) I'UMMISSK i.\ 15Y THE 
MIMSTEK OF NATIVE AFFAIRS. 



1. J>i.i/j(ixiil iif fiinii " IIkjIi Mtu(l(nr.s," Dir/xinii oj (jiit'f/i.^lnirii , Cuijc. 

lu 1895 the Natives of the Ihntwukiizi Location acquired lioiu the (ioveruiueiit 
ilie {•razing riglits over this lariu (i,'4~!3 niorj^en), in exchange for 450 acres of the 
inrniei' Xo.x's oi' Katherg ()u1s])aii, wliich had been added to the Location. Tli.' 
Natives have exercised these grasiing riglits ever since. T'lie Commission finds 
that the Natives do not dispute the riglil of Governnieut to retain the farm, hut as 
they are liard pressed for lainL as the farm is more suitable for grazing than au}'- 
tliing else, and is unsuitable for closer settlement, it considers that the farm should 
lie imluded in a Native area, wliicli \\\\\ not interfere with (lie light of Govern- 
ment to lease the ground to Natives if it so wishes. 

(Note. — High Meadows has been recommended as a Native area.) 

2. />i-cup(ifii)/i of ftlnii /iiifiiJiJ. Scliliii l'('s( ire, llrmii/r /'rcc Sliitf, hi/ JhiiiiJmu/s 

and Bastards. 

'J'lie Seliba Reserve was set aside by tlie late (Irange Free State Goverumeni 
for the occupation of Natives and coloured people. The farm Bofulo was occupied 
!)y liai'olongs, b\i1 in .1 une, 1H!)5, the I'lee State ( iovei'iiment set aside a portion 
(sul)se(piently fixed at one-half) of the farm for the descendants of tile petty Bas- 
tard Cliief Carolus Uaatje The increasing requirements of the two sections have 
led to a clashing of (daims. 

'i'he Commissioners visited the farm, and, so far as they can judge, consider 
that the liastards have ample ground for all their reqviirements, and tliey suggest 
ihat the division already made between the l!;ii(diiiigs and H:i'<tai(L >liinild lie con- 
sidered as a final settlement. 

'•J. Oiiiissn/ii iif .\ (juiiivija JAJcalion , Jhrisioii iif hiitij 11 illui in' s Tinvii, friiiii 
Svlicdiilc to .\'(ifii-es Land Act, 1913. 

This Ivocatiim appeals to have been inadvertently omitted, and the Commission 
will recommend that it be iiududed in a Native area. 

(Note. — This has been recommended as a Native Area.) 

4. Claims (if fhr JinUi iilii/nrr iitid linthilira 'I'lihcs In land in thr Oraiuje Free 

State. 

Repeated jietitions have been submitted to the (jovernment by persons purport- 
ing to represent the liakliulukwe and Matlokwa Tribes, claiming a large tract of 

yrouud in the V^redc and Harrismitli Districts, \\liich tliev alleae was formerly 
. . . . . ' '^ . ■ 

ac<juire(l for and occupie<l by these tribes. The Commission does not see its waj' to 

recommend a s])ecial aiea to be reserved for occujiation by these tribes. 

5. Presei vid inn of (j'rarc Sites nf Zulu Chiefs. 

The (juestion of reserving the sites of the graves of tlie Zulu C'hiefs lias long 
been under the consideration of the Government. These grave sites will, as far as 
possible, be im luded in areas recommended by the Commissiou for Native occupa- 
tion. 

(Note. — This lias been done.) 

(). J'lopiisal III r,rrliaii (je /loifimi of /'oiiirroi/ / oiriiln iids, .\alal, for /iiirtioii {if Klip 
Rircr Local inn. 

More tlian twenty years ago the Nafal Native Trust agreed with the Natal 
Government to this exchange, but foiinal transfer was never effected, though 
Natives wpre allowed to occupy the jiortiou of townlands affecte<l while they re- 
tained occupation of the location ground also. The Commission will recommend 
that Lots 3 and 4, TTmsinga, wliicli would have been aft'ected by the exdiange, be 

[U.G. 1!) Tf3.] 



^ Ari'KXDix II. 

iiuliulfd ill a Nativi- area, and fuitlicr tlial the exfhaiige as proposed should uot 
l)f ettt'ded, and that the towiilands sluiiild not include tiie portions marked "A" 
and ■■ li " and Lot :! on tlie ]>lan aittmipaiivinj,' the t'hie] Native Coniniissiouer's 
Minute of the lOtli October, HUM. 

(NoiK. — 'I'liis has lieeii rec<inniiriulcil.) 

7. K.rjjroiJiiaHoii of /joitioiu of Zinnlkoji Lucntion, Pielvrmuritzhtirij, for (a) 
Miiniciiial iratcr //iirposes ; {h) Forc.il piir/iost-s; and (c) Slee/zcr Phinftitioii. 

The C'onmiission consider that if the I'ielerniaritzlnirg Muiiicijjalitv deem it 
ueeessar\- to obtain any portion of the location lor muJiicipal water purposes they 
should endeavour to eft'ect their purpose by means of a Private Hill in Parliament, 
as other nuinici])alities have done in similar cases. 

As regards ((() the proposed reservation of an area for the establishment of n 
Kaiiway Sleeper Plantation, and {It) the reservation of certain areas for forest 
(imposes for the I'orest Dejiarlnient , the Conimissioii <lo not sujijiort either of the 
suggestions, and \v<tul(l point out thai already a considerable area has been taken 
away from the location foi' a jilantal inn. 

iS. Chniii.t to hind in (r i uiiuiliuid W't'sl liij (i'ii<ji(as. 

'i"he ('ommissioii is of opinion that the (iovernmciit siiould deal with tiiis 
matter administratively, and suggests that an enquiry be made into the matter 
departmentally. 

!l. (Iiiiins of the A iiifintintJe Trihc, DIrisloii of Kinj] ]\' illiaiii' s Toirn. 

The Amaiitiiide Ti-ibe formerly occuj)ied a large tract of land known as the 
Izole Valley, King William's 1'own, but for various reasons they were from lime 
III time deprived of portions of the land till tiiey were finally concentrated in a 
location of only -'{.(KKI morgen. Their t'hief has repeatedly protested, and asked 
for other land to be found for them. The Commission finds that the tribe has 
been dejirived, without good cause, of count ly of which it was in lawful occupa- 
tion, but legal rights have since been established in the areas taken fioiii liieiii, so 
that theii' relurn thither is impracticable. The Comniissidii will, therefore, reconi- 
iiieiid ((/| the inclusion of certain faims in the Native area which might be ex|)ro- 
priated for their occn|iati(iii on such coiidit ions a-^ the (lovei iiMiciit may liiiiik 
desirable. 

(«) (Note. — This has liccn ildiie.) 

1(1. /'ron.iion for i/ni:nii/ facilitifs for /irn/ilr of .\f hri/i' s J.orulion . him/ ]\' iJJin in'.t 
I'liirn Dirixion, Cape. 

The people of Mliem's Tjocation had long found (heir location so confined that 
they were obliged to enter into an agreement with the adjoining Umnxesha \'illage 
Management Hoard to use a jxirtion of its commonage for grazing ]iurposes. In 
September last the Hoard gave notice of termination of this arrangemeiit. The 
Commission considers that the inattei' should be dealt with adniinistratively when 
additional Native areas are decided U|)on. 

11. Mount (dl,)' thitsjiiin. Anil/ II illunns I'oirn fhrisioii, '.'ujii'. 

.Some sixty or .seventy years ago a large undefined outspan existed near the 
Mount Coke Mission Station. Subsequently on the sub-division of land in the 
locality into farms, the outspan was defined by the farm boundaries. In 1899 the 
outspan was still further limited and defined to 141 morgen, and the jjosition of 
this outs])an is so inimical to the interests and necessities of the Natives that the 
C'ommission recommends that this (iuts]ian be included as jiortion of a Native area, 
that the old outs])an at Fort Murray be enlarged to meet the position, and that 
the (joverument should take ste|is by li>gislative action to give effect to these re- 
commendations. 

12. Linid a.tsujned to the /ico/th of tlic lofc Chief M hhiinluso, h'ini/ ]\'iUiiini's Town 
Division, Cape. 
Headman Mhlambiso conqilains that he has been de]iiive(l of certain 
ground, which he alleges was given him and his peo|)le by the Kaffrariau Govern- 
ment in 1854, but the Commission, after hearing both European and Native wil- 
ne.sses on the niattei-, is of opinion that his claim cannot be substantiated at the 
present time, and that it would be unwise to re-open the tnattei'. The Commission 



Al'l-KNUIX II. 3 

proposes to recommeiul (<i) that (he forest areas boideriug ujioii Mlilambiso's Loca- 
tiou and other siicli locations in tlie suli-districis of Middieilrift and Keiskania Iloek 
sliould 1)0 declared Native Areas, so that the people of these areas who complain of 
•grazing- may ol)taiu <iiazing from the l''oies( l)c|iar(m('nt in leims to he decided liy 
tile Government. 

(ii) (Note. — This has been done.) 

l-'i. Ocrii jiat ion <ij Furl lieditfort (' a in iiiiiiki ijf Inj .\trlires. 

Uuquestional)ly large numbers of Natives. resident on i''ort Beaufort Comniou- 
age have a special claim for consideration in view of the history of their occupation 
of what now forms part of the large commonage belonging to the Fort Beaufort 
Municipality. 

The Commission recommends that (his claim should Ije met by such legislative 
action as may be deemed necessary to afford these peofjle relief. 

14. Disposal (if Ciihi licxeivr, llislnct of Xnlmiija {('iipc.) 

This reserve was set aside upon the recommendation of the Teniliuland Com- 
mission of IHH'-i, for eventual sub-division into arable allotments wlien a scheme 
for the storage of the waters of the Cala stream had matured, but it has always been 
treated for all practical j)urp()ses as a Native Tjoeation. The Commission finds it 
is not required by tlie municipality for commonage purposes, and that the interests 
of all parties will be best served by its inclusion within a Native area, ajid it pio- 
poses to recommend accordingly. 

(XoTE. — The Cala Eeseive has been recommended as a Native Area.) 

15. JininuJini/ tlisjiiitc lictirccii .\ i/<iii is/i' x /jriciihiiii iniil I'cdihf Cdin iiniilin/i\ I'eddie 

Ih vision, Ca/ic. 

For many yeais this boundary has been in dispute. Tlie Commission en(|uired 
into the matter at King William's Town, and suggested a compromise between the 
municipality and the Natives, which it is informed has been acce])ted by both. 

l(i. Protest of Head man MiitoincJii aijainst e.rcla.sion of hiiidx reserved for Forest 
Deparfnieiit tif I'eat Apple Wiifrh Tower, and the oiitspans at Gentleman's 
Hush mid Hunt's Ihifl, Pcddic J)insioii, Cape, for his Local ion . 

The outspans referred to were reserved by Parliamentary Kesolution dated 
8rd Aug\ist and 5tli August, 1891, and the forest lands were reserved iu 1890, but 
until recently the reservation led to no break in the continuity of the grazing liy 
Natives of their cattle on these areas. After hearing the evidence of the Natives, 
the Magistrates and others on the matter, (he Commission considers that these lauds 
liave from the first formed a ])nrtiou of Matomela's Location, ami i( will recom- 
mend their inclusion in a Native area. 

(Note. — This has been leconimended.) 

IT. Kiirroachinent of lots in Villdiics JIndiaiii. Bill and f/u iiihiiri/ on Crown land, 
Peddle Di vision , Cape. 

The Commission considers that the question of these alleged encroachments by 
lot-holders — chiefly Natives— which appear to be due to (lie absence of proper 
surveys, is a jnircly administrativ(> one. 



[U.G. 19 -'1(1.] 



APPENDIX III 



RETURNS SHOWING THE APPROXIMATE EXTExXTS OE VARIOUS 

CLASSES OE LAND. 



In the Headings adopted in thk following Returns it should be noted 

THAT : 

Column (1) "Native Reserves or Locations" includes Trading Stations, 
Church and School Sites, but does not include Forest Areas. 

Column (2) " Mission Lands and Mission Reserves " iiuludcs Glebe Lands 
held under title by Mission Societies. 

Column (3) '" Native owned Farms " docs not include allotments held under 
the Glen Grey system ; some lands are held tribally ; lands which may have been 
lately transferred are not included. 

Column (4) " Crown Lands occupied by Natives " : in many ca.ses the areas 
under occupation are exten.sive but very sparsely occupied on account of lack of 
water. 

Column ([•) " Crown Lands reserved for some particular purpose " includes 
Game Reserves, Forests, Outspans, etc. 

Colunni (10) " European owned Farms " includes farms altogether unoccupied ; 
the extent of occupied and unoccupied European farms respectively has not been 
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Appeu*Ux VII Aanhangsel VII 







APPENDIX VIII. 



AXNEXUKE 1. 



NATIVES LAND CUMMISSIUX. 

Report by Sir William Beaumont, Ciiairmax of the Natives IjAXD Commission^ 
AXD Mr. a. H. Staxforu, Chief Magistrate of the Transkeiax Territories, 
Assessor, who were delegated, under section 3 (2) of Act 27 of 1913, by 
Besolution of t]ie Commission, dated Kinc; William's Town, •JUth January,. 
1914, to visir the Transkeiax Territories on behalf of the Commission. 

We have the honour to report that we met at Butterworth on the 17th Feb- 
ruary, and thereafter ])roteeded to Urntata, Kokstad, and Umzimkulu. 

The particuhirs of our itinerary, the districts dealt with, and the witnesses 
examined are set forth in document "A " attaclied. 

The evidence was taken by Mr. Hoffe, Assistant Secretary, and a transcript* 
thereof is attached (document " Ji ") for the information of the Commission. 

After due consideration of tTie evidence and all information obtained, we l)eg 
to make the following' recommendations : — 

BuiTERWoR-rn. 

That the Butterwoith ])lainafion be added to the existing Eiuo]iean aiea. This 
plantation is 11 morgen in extent, and is surrounded on three sides by the Butter- 
worth Town Commonage. 

XliAMAKWE. 

That the Blythe plantation be added to the existing European areas. This 
plantation is 394 morgen 390 square roods in extent, was part of the area origin- 
ally reserved for European occu])ation, and consequently tlie Natives would not 
feel its loss as it had never been theirs. 

This plantalioTi adjoins tlie Coiunionage. 

Kentani. 

1. Tliat farm No. U9 l)e added to the existing Euro])ean area. This farm, 
which is 243 morgen 184 square roods in extent, and belongs to a Mr. Fourie, 
adjoins the Enlhlambe Ward, Butterwoitli District, and originally belonged to 
that Ward which is now part of tlie European area. 

2. That -'Lots 1, 2. 3. and 4. Kei Mouth Eeserve," be part of the Native area. 
One of these farms is Crown land leased to Natives, who have had grazing rights 
over it for thirty years. The otlier three farms are owned by Europeans, but are 
separated by the Kei Eiver from other European lands, and had better be included 
in the Native area. 

The extent of farm No. 1 is 917 morgen. No. 2 is 755 morgen. No. 3 is 057 
morgen. and No. 4 is 1,011 mcfrgen ](l() sipiare roods. 

Matatiei.e. 

1. That the following areas he added to the Schedule of the Act and classed 
as additions to Native areas, viz. : — 

(o) Isaac niaho's Location. I ;^^,,^.p^tp,j^|^. on^j^ted from Schedule to the Act. 

(n Klein .Jonas s Location, ( 

fr) The Native farms "Manning." "Fpsala." '" Willearv." "Charles 
Brownlee." "Harrv Ebden." " George Herbert." " Etheldale" (portion) 
" Glen Alfred " (portion). " Tvamore." " Dell Cranney." "Bramwell." 
" De Schuur " (the whole), also Crown land " Kosana." and European 
owned farms " Cochet." " Etheldale " (portionl. " Wallace" (Mission 
farm), and Block xiii., G. E. 39; 35 (Mission site). 

• Printed with the ordinary evidence, ride pages 1S.")-2I3. 

[F.G. ut ir..] G 



2 Appendix \ 1 1 1 . 

2. That tbo two Blocks i.i farms as deKned hereunder, marked " A " and " B" 
respeetivelv, aud outlined witli blue j)euiil on the maji, l>e a prospective Native 
area, viz. : — 

Block A, being (he block of European farms Ijoiiiided on the North by the 
l)rakenslM>rg^ boundary of JJasutoland, on the South by the Native 
Jiocatious, Native owned farms and the Euroj)eau owned farm " Af- 
zonderinir," and on the East by the Native Location Iniilan<,'wini. 
Block B, being the block of farms (exclusive of the Moiketse Location and 
the Native owned farms "' r])sala," " Willeary," and ••Manning") 
bounded on the North by the Drakensberg boundary of Basiitolaud to 
George Moshesh's Lcx'ation, then along (he boundary of George 
Moshesh's, Isaac Diaho's and Klein Jonas' Locations and the Southern 
boundaries of the farms " George Herbert," " Harry Ebden," " Charles 
Brownlee," and •' Wallace "; on the East liy the Locations Ramhlag- 
wana and Kinia])a and the farm '• Polygon "'; on the South by Mau- 
guzela's T,(i(:iti(in and the Mount Fletcher District; and on llie West 
by the Mount Fletcher District. 
With regard to these two Blocks of farms we recommend that they be included 
in neither the Euro])eau nor the Native area, but be left uninterfered' with .so that 
the land can be sold to either European or Native purchasers as desired, subject, 
however, to tliis jjroviso that in the event of any farm oi- poitioii of a farm being 
acquired or purchased for Native occupation it be not allowed to revert to F]uropean 
ot(U])ation. This will give some scope for Natives desirous of purchasing land, 
and it is contemplated that eventually the whole of these two ]Uocks. which at 
present are entirely surrounded by declared Native areas, will become portion of 
those areas forming one compact block of land under Native occupation. 

3. The rest of the district, including Kaka's liocation, the Crown land adjoin- 
ing it, and the Native owned farms •' Nocpibo," " ( Hterburn," "Prospect," 
" Vermiljoen Kuil." " Niihah," " The Bends" (portion), " Black Diamond" 
(portion), " Uitvlught," and •' liouth Park " (portion), to be an Eurojiean area 
adjoining the Mount Curric Di.strict. 

With regard to this Euro])oan area no interference is contemplated as regards 
the Location Reserve or the Native owned farms, but it is suggested that in the 
event of these areas being obtained by purchase or exjiropriation (hey should not 
be allowed to revert to Natives. 

^MoTNP fin HIE. 

That (he whole district be declared a ]'iUro])ean area, including Makoba's 
Location, but that the Natives be not disturbed in their occupation unless the 
Government is able to make satisfactorv provision for them elsewhere. 

Umzimkulit. 

L That the following areas be added to the Schedule as Native areas, viz. : — - 

(a) Tames Nyangiwe's Tjocation ; 

(b) Part of Ngozi's Location named '• Vierkant." 

These two locations were inadverteutlv omitted from the Schedule to the 
Act. 

(c) The tribally owned Native farms " Palmietfontein " and " Cecene " 

(adjoining Gugweni), " Bultfontein," " Zamenkomst " and " Welver- 
dient " (adjoining Sondaba's Location). " Driefontein " (portion), 
" Sevenfontein " (portion), '• Waterval " (between Banganyama and 
Ngozi's Location), and " Uitspan " (Northern boundary- of the Ban- 
ganyama Location) ; 

(d) The Government Outspan on the Ibisi Eiver. including the trading 
station Ibisi; 

(e) The Eietvlei Commonage (occupied at present by (jriquas and Natives); 
(/) The individually owned Native farms " Eoodewal," " Str^fontein," 

" Groot Verlan'geu." " Spitzkop," •'Sevenfontein" (portion), "Drie- 
fontein" (portion), " Kromdraai " (portion), "Greenhill," " Twee- 
fontein." now '' Expectation " (portion), " Zoetmelkfontein " (jiortion), 
"Malenge." " Enhlangana," " Ringapansi," " BufFelsdoorns," " Nod- 
wengu," " Iiigogozo," " Tnyaniswene " (portion), and " Biesland," 
now " Enfundwene " ; 



Appendix VIII. ^ 

((/) The European owned farms " Iron Latch," " Long Kloof," " Jager's 

Hope," ■■ Eoodewall," " Fortuin," " Zoetmelkfontein " (remainderj 

" Bonteraud," and " Inyaniswene " (remainder); 
(h) The whole hlofk of farms owned by the Trappisls (marked green on the 

map) ; 
(i) All forest areas witiiiu declared Native Locations, the Umgano forest 

reserve and tbe Hoha forest adjoining the Meoseli Location; and 
(j) The Wesleyan school ground in Singapansi's Location. 

2. That the following farms marked "A " on the map, be left as a neutral 
area pending consideration by the Commission of the adjoining land in Natal on 
"the opposite side of the Umzimkulu Eiver, viz. : — " Umgano,'" " Sidoi," 
"Brighton," " Langford," " Helvellyn," " Middleton," "Riverside," and 
" Edgerton." 

3. That the block of farms marked " B " on the ma]), — bounded on the East by 
the Umzimkulu Eiver: on the North by Simon's Location: on the West by Duzi 
Mtembu, Bumhuiwana, Ngozi's and James Nyangiwe's Locations and the Govern- 
ment Outspan, tiience along the course of the Ibisi Eiver to where it meets the 
boundary of the farms " Thornybush " and " Long Kloof " : and on the South by 
the Northern boundaries of the farms "Long Kloof " and " Iron Latch," to the 
Umzimkulu Eiver, — be left uninterfered with, so that the land can be sold to 
either European or Native purchasers as desired. This block of land has recently 
been enhanced in value by reason of the construction of the railway line to the 
Umzimkulu, and has been readily taken up by European farmers. It includes a 
number of Native owned famis which we are informed are all heavily mortgaged, 
and the proposal to leave matters as they are appear to be the wish of both the 
European and Native owners. 

4. That the remainder of the district be a European area; provided that the 
Natives on T^mkele's Ijocation be not interfered with until such time as arrange- 
ments can be made for their voluniary removal to some other area. 

LiBODE. 

That the farm " Freedom." adjoining the European area, in the Umtata 
District be added to the European area of that district. 

TSOLO. 

That the block of nine farms which are owned partly by Europeans and partly 
by Natives, adjoining the Tsolo Commonage, together with the Government 
•plantation al)utting those farms be included in the European area. 

Geneeal. 

I. That the following districts remain as at present scheduled in the Act: — 

Bizana, Mount Ayliff, Tabankulu, 

Elliotdale, Mount Fletcher, Tsomo, 

Engcobo, Mount Frere, Umtata. 

Flagstaff, Mqanduli, Willowvale, 

Idutywa, Ngqeleni, Qumbu. 

Lusikisiki, Port St. John's, 

II. Reservation of Waterfalls. — That the Government should reserve the 
right of utilising any of the waterfalls in the Native Territories, and of expro- 
priating when required such land as may be necessary for the purpose in view. 

Note. — The Tsitsa Falls is a declared Native area, and there is a reservation 
there of some 500 morgen. This area should be free for grazing Native cattle until 
required. 

III. Trading Stations. — That provision should be made in the Act for the 
transfer to Europeans of all existing rights lield iii connection with tradinjr .stations 
situated within Native areas. 

IV. Municipal Areas.— That within municipal and other similar areas pro- 
vision should be made for separate occupation of land by Europeans and Natives 
respectively, as opportunity offers, i.e., the principle of segregation should be 
followed. (See section 8 (i) of the Act). 

V. Occupation of the Land.— The Native reserves in the Transkeian Territories 
are very fully occupied, and there is no land available for Natives from other parts 
of the Union. 

[U.G. 19 '16.] 



4 Appendix VIII. 

In the Fiuzinikulu Di-trict <iTcut tlifKcultv will Ih^ ex])prifU(e(l in providing 
for the large number ot Natives at jtresent living on |>rivate property there who 
may hereafter be ejected tlierefroni. 

VI. Rietrlri Commonntfr. — This Commonage, in the I'mzinikulu District, 
although originally reserved by Captain Adam Kok for occuj)ation by Griquas, is 
now largely occupied bv Natives as well as Griquas (and the indications are that 
the Native's will eventually secure the greater ])ortiou of the available erven), and 
abuts upon laud occupied by Natives. 

AVe therefore consider it advi.sable to include it within the Native area. 

VII. European Owned Land in NaNve Areas. — A few European owned farms 
have unavoidably been included in the area iccommended to be reserved for Native 
occupation. 

(Sgd.) W. H. BEAFMONT. Chairman. 

(Sgd.) A. H. STANFORD, Assessor. 
Umzimkuhi, 'JSth Fel)niary, 1914. 



DOCUMKNT "A." 

Natire^ Land Covimissinn. 



Place of 






Di.^tnct 


Meetinc. 


Date. Witne.ises. 


Occupation. 


Represented. 


Butterworth 


17 -2 -1914 N. O. Thijinpson .. .. 


Farmer . . 


Butterworth. 


,, 


R. D. H. Barrv 

F. W. B. Oilfillaii . . 


Magistrate 




Kentani. 
X(|nmHkwe. 


" 


C. J. Waiiicr 


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Butterworth. 




18 -2 -1914 M. H. Dalv 


Auctioneer 




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• C. P. Blit'h Wall . . 


Doctor and Dist. Surgeon 


», 






F. H. Ely 


Attorney 


.. 


" 




P. Xabani-f (X.) 


Member of Dist. Council 


Nqamakwe. 


'• 




J. Mxoli (X.) 
L. Sopapnse 




Butterworth. 
Xqamakwo. 


Umtata 


20-2''l9U 


R. L. Shaw 


Magistrate 


Qumbu. 




, 


T. L. Kriel 


Field Cornet . . 


Umtata. 




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W. T. Brownlee 


Ag. Chief Magistrate . . 


„ 






Dalindyeho (X.) 


Paramont Chief of the 
Teinbus. 


" 






C. VeUllman (X.) 


Member of Dist. Council 


Butterworth, 






J. jM. Ymins 


Magistrate 


Tsolo. 


., 


21 ^'-'lOH 


P. B. Pavii 

A. B. Pavn 

H. J. Sutton 


Attorney 
Gentleman 




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R. Viedgo 


Trader 




Umtata. 






AV. Hamii.ion 


Gentleman 




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C. Bam (X.) 


Farmer . . 




Tsolo. 






J. Killi (X.) 


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J. Xtsiko (X.) 


Pensioner 




Umtata. 


" 


:: 


M. Tvali (X.) 

T. T.' Xgono (X.) . . 

J. Xtobonnowana (X.) 


" 




Qumbu. 


Eokstad 


24-2''l914 


W. P. Leary 


Magistrate 




Mt. Currie. 




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H. X'oureo 


Farmer and M.P 


C. .'. 


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E. a. Lonsdale 


Magistrate 




Matatiele. 




25-2''l914 


J. F. U. Elliot 


Attorney 




Mt. Currie. 


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C. 0. dp Bruin (G.) 
A. P. D. Snnit (G.) . . 
H. Bozuidenhout ((!.) 

L. D. (iilson 

R. A. Hichurdson . . 


Griqua Headman 
Blacksmith 

Farmer . . 




,, 


'., 


" 


H. Madapuna (N.) 

Ntebe (X.) 


Hcarlmaii 




Matatiele. 


.! 




C. Pamela (X.) 


Wesleyan Minister 


Matatiele and 

Umzimkulu. 






A. Xcwani (X.) 


Farmer . . 


Mt. Currie. 


Umzimkulu 


27 ^'-lOH 


0. M. Blakcway 
D. Strachaii . . 


Magistrate 

Trader, etc 


Umzimkuhi. 




]] 


P. Feurer 


Father Superior, Trappists 


,, 


.. 




Bro. Hugo 


Trappist 


,, 




tf 


Ven. Archdeacon Chamberlain 


Minister . . 


" 


,, ' • 


28 -2 -1914 


M'Mellei (X.) 

D. Hullev 

W. Wakefield 

H. K. Doll 

S. J. Worrall 

P. S. Hackland 

Z. K. Keswa (N.) .. 

M. Sekeline (X.) 

J. Mkwalo (X.) 


Chief of Macumu Trilje 
Farmer . . 

Attorney 
Farmer . . 


,, 


,» 




Chief Pato (X.) 


Chief '.'. '.'. '.'. 





Note. — (X.) indicates "Native" and (G.) "Griqua.' 



Appendix VIII. 
ANNEXURE 2. 



NATIVES T.AXn COMMISSKm. 

Report hy Senator Colonel the Honourable W. E. M. Stanford, C.B., 
C.M.O., Memher ok the Natives Land Commission, who in accordance with 
THE Chairman's request, visited the districts of Knysna, Htjmansdorp 
AND Port Elizabeth, on behalf of the Commission. 

I liave the honour to report that I left Cape Town, on Friday, the 27th March, 
1914, and proceeded to Knysua, Humansdorp, Hankey, and Port Elizabeth, and 
took the evidence at those places of the following witnesses: — 

At Knyxna, mth March, 1914. 
S. D. Cloete, magistrate; C. W. Thesen, merchant; W. L. Teepe, attorney; 
J. R. Beck, H. T. van Huyssteen, farmer; S. Terblanche, farmer; J. J. Hooper, 
farmer; C. J. Strijdom, M.P.C., attorney; Rev. W. H. Irwin, Wesleyan Minister; 
Rev. Meshack Mancol)o. Minister; -Teremiah Grootboom, Fingo; Simon Devu, 
M'Pondo, and Col. J. M. Morris, farmer. 

At HumansdoTj), 1st April, 1914. 

•T. W. Damant, farmer; J. A. Smellekamp, magistrate: Dr. J. J. Coulton, 
medical ])ractitioner : Rev. Wm. Arthur, Congregational Minister; Ezekiel 
Gugutsha, Fingo; Jonathan Lusa, Fingo; Michael tJmzies, Fingo; Petrus Oli- 
phant, Native. 

At HanJcey, Evening of 1st April, 1914. 

T. .T. Holzer, Special .Tnstiee of the Peace; D. J. H. de Wet acting represen- 
tative of the London Missionary Society; .J. W. Blacklock, Town Clerk ; .T. C. Sims, 
engineer in charge of railway construction at Hankey, and J. L. Gamandii. Fingo. 

At Port Elizabeth (New Bn'fjhton), ith April, 1914. 

E. Grattan, Superintendent of New Brighton Location; .1. Rulla, W. Pikoli, 
and P. Nguna, members of the Native Advisory Board, and .7. Yokwe, resident of 
the Location, also Natives Stokwe and Teya, members of the Board in attendance. 

In addition to these witnesses I addressed a large gathering of Natives and 
coloured people at Tvnysna and Humansdorp, and Natives at the New Brighton 
Tiocatinn. 

The evidence was taken bv Mr. C. M. Hoffe. Assistant Secretary, and a tran- 
script * thereof attached for the information of the Commission 

After due consideration of the ciro\imstances obtaining in those districts, as 
borne out bv the evidence, I beg to make the following observations and recommen- 
dations : — 

Kntsna. 

In the district of Knysua the labouring population consists in the main of 
coloured people. Interspersed amongst those people are Aboriginal Natives of the 
Fingo and Xosa tribes. These are now living and working under the same condi- 
tions as the coloured people, with whom not infrequently, they intermarry. The 
evidence would indicate that they hold a good place in the estimation of their 
Eiiropean employers. 

Apart from the labourers on the farms, there are a number of men employed in 
the village of Knysna. and who also work on the public roads under the control of 
the Divisional Council. 

The Municipnlitv has made no special provision for housing these people. 
Thev occupy land adjoining, or not far from the municipal boundary, privately 
owned. The usual practice is for the labourer to hire a plot of about one to one 
and a half morgen from the European owner, paying 3s. to 5s. per month for its 
use. The labourer puts up his own dwelling, and in consideration of this he is 
allowed occupation without rent for a period of four months. 

Humansdorp. 

In Humansdorp the general conditions are the same as at Knysna. with the 
difference that in Humansdorp certain Native Locations or Reserves were estab- 

• Printed with Minutes of Evidence, pages 239-250. 
[F.G. 19- '16.1 " 



6 Appendix VIII. 

lished for small clans ot the l''iiif.>-() (riln's, ix'tween the years 1835 and 184G.- These 
people have kept more apart from association with the eoloxired men and women, 
but even with them it is found that the tendency to intermixture althougl* slower, 
owing to their living as a sej)arate conimunity, is there. It is clear, too, tl'.at these 
Reserves have i)een useful in Mhordinj; a suiiply of laliour tliroufjhout the adjacent 
country. Meniliers ot the conimunity from the reserves have from time to time 
left, and are now resident on farms or elsewhere as workinj;- jjcople. 

At Hankey I found that the coloured ])eo])le for whom the Mission was origin- 
ally established have largely given way to Euiopeans. 

The Mission authorities gave the coloured occu]iiers opportunities to jiurchase 
and to hold lots under title, and a good many a\ ailed themselves of it, l)ut as the 
land is favourably situated and has a good supiily of water it has advauced in 
value, and the resources of tlie European have told, as they always do under such 
circumstances. 

A few aboriginal Natives are amongst the landholders. In the 
farming neighbourhood the conditions are the same as elsewhere described. 

I found that adjoining the Nativi' Reserves of noriskraal and Snijklip, in this 
district, were two pieces of land marked on the map as gaps. These have lieen 
used for many years by the Natives for grazing jnirpo.ses, and the evidence went to 
show that they were of small value for any other use. No European is occupying 
them, and they are Crown land. I recommend that these gaps should be added to 
the Native Reserves. 

General. 

My view regarding these districts generally is that the Aboriginal Native 
population being small and intermixed with the coloured, their conditions of life 
being so much alike, and the terms under which they labour identical, the dis- 
cretionary power vested in tlie Governor-General .should be liberally exerci.sed on 
their behalf. Obviously it would be disturbing and dislocating the labour condi- 
tions throughout the area I have mentioned, and be invidious besides, to single out 
here and there an Aboricinal Native family and move them from the farms because 
the conditions under which they work do not accord with the requirements of the 
Natives Land Act. In this respect considerable anxiety, both among.st Europeans 
and Natives, was already .showing itself. 

The above view is supjiorted bv the Magistrates of both the districts, and 
generally by the leading farmers and others. 

New Briqhion (Port Eh'znhefh). 

The New Brigh'ton Location is practically a Native Townshi]i established by 
the Cape Government some ten years ago to meet the needs of the Native workers 
in and about Port Elizabetb. 

Housing accommodation exists for a population of about rj.flflO people, but in 
some instances huts intended for separate families are now occupied by more than 
one familv owing to lack of accommodation. Moie huts are urgently needed. 

The Location is under the direct control of the Pnion Government. The heads 
of families pay rent for the huts they occupy, but provision exists by which Natives 
desirous of becoming owners of plots may do so subjent to cfinditions to be laid ^own 
by the Government. 

Here may be found Natives who. with their families have been residincr ip this 
location ever since it was established. They and members of their families have 
thus become permanent workers witb advantajre to themselves and their emplovers. 

In this connection T would draw the attention of the Commission to the evidence 
of Mr. G. A. Louw. M.Tj.A., who ursred the necessity of makinar some such provision 
for Native labourers at all large centres of industry. New Brifrbton is proof of the 
soundness of Mr. T/Ouw's view, and T am of opinion it falls within the rlro^'ince of 
the Commission to give serious consideration to this important sujrgestion. 

Meanwhile an effort is being made by an European to buy a portion of the land 
reserved at New Brichton. To such a sale T am sfronglv opposed. As South 
Africa moves forward industries arc bound to spriiirr up nt such n eentre ns Port 
Elizabeth, and proportionatelv the Native Tndustrinl population will increase and 
need to be provided for. It is far better in the interests of both the Europeans 
and the Natives that such provision should be where it now is — at New Brighton. 

CRsrd.'l W. E. STANFORD. 

Member of the Natives T,and Commission. 
Cape Town. lOth April. 1914, 



Appendix VIII. 7 

ANJSEXURE 3. 
Report. 

lu accoidauce with instructions of Commission I left Ermelo on Friday, 21st 
August, tor Komati Poort, and left tliis place next day, travelling direct to the 
ground ])roposed as Native area. I crossed the Komati River and proceeded in the 
direction of the Portuguese Border, and on the following days went along the 
Komati River towards the Swaziland Bordei-, and inspected the ground between 
the K(/mati and Lomatie Rivers, as well as tlio eastern side of the Komati River. 

The nature of the ground is very uniform. Ricli soil, very level and covered 
with bush and trees. There is practically no water except in the two rivers mentioned. 
Tlie country within reach of the rivers — about six to eight mile.s — is fairly 
thickly populated by natives. Most of the kraals have cattle and stock. The 
country is malarious, but natives seem well and physically strong. 

The ground is undoubtedly very excellent, and provided water can be obtained, 
adaptable for almost any kind of fiuit and agricultural farming, as well as cattle 
breeding. 

I arrived back at Komati Poort on Friday, 28th, and that night met the 
re])ieseiitatives of the N.E.T. Farmers Association — Mes.srs. Hall and Lawrence — 
informally. 

These gentlemen expressed the view that their Association considered 
the area (above referred to) is too good for Natives. It .should be kept for the 
purposes of white settlement. Large irrigation schemes should be established, etc., 
the land given to European settlers. They maintain that the prospects for agri- 
cultural farmii'.g are enormous, whereas for citrus and other tro])ical fruit, as well 
as cotton growing, the soil and climate is unccjualled in South Africa. 

The view was also expres.sed that the land witiiin 12 to 18 miles from one of 
.the main railway lines should not be ])]aced in the hands of Natives on account of 
danger in case of a Native rising. 

These gentlemen exf)ressed the view that their Association considered 
])(»?■( ion of section E. should be taken as a Native area, and that ])orti()n o.f F. 
should be again taken from the (iame Reseivp and included into Native area. 

On Saturday, 29th August, I travelled to Graskop, and here secured a convey- 
ance, aud the next day travelled along the Drakensberg and obtained a bird's eye 
view of the portion of the ground propo.sed as Nati.ve area in the Lvdenburg dis- 
trict (Pilgrims' Rest). 

The next day I i-eturned to Nelspruit. and back to Ermelo on the 1st September. 

(Sgd.) W. R. COLLINS. 

Ernii^lo, 6th September. 1914. 



ANNEXURE 4. 

Office of the Assistant Magistrate, 

King William's Town, 27th August, 1915. 
The Secretary to the 

Native Affairs Land Commission, 
TTiiion Buildings, Pretoria. 

Eetout rPON cert.vin .^heas on C.4.pe Frontiet!, by Mr. A. E. fiii.i-n.i.vN, Assessor 

TO THE COMMISSSION. 

Upon instructions conveyed in your letter No. 1). 5. of tiie 21st .July, 1914, I 
conducted local inspections and inquiries, as a result of whicli the follo'ning recom- 
mendations are submitted for your favourable consideration :- — 

(l^l No farm or farms in the (ireat Kei Valley be included within a Native area. 

(2) The Tsidenge area be declared partly Native area and partly European, 
dividing lines being drawn in terms of the Schedules and Ma]) herewith. 

(3") The land lying l>etween Kwelera Outspan and Mooi])laats liocaiion, in the 
district of Komgha, as described in the accompanying Schedule (Jlap to follow), be 
declared a Native area. 

In support of the above recommendations I enclose herewith a detailed state- 
ment of my findings, together with a report upon nw joumeys and inspections, and 
a voucher indicating expense incurred thereon. 



(Sgd.) A. EBWTN GILFILLAN, 

Assessor. 



[F.G. 19 16.] 



8 Appendix VIII. 

HeI'OUT upon Ali.lillNG IIKI.U A.NU LoC.M. InSPKCTION. 

Upoa iecei])t of ins-tructious iu this mutter 1 placed myself in coiniuunitation 
with the local authoiify, tin' Divisional Coiuu'il, in each of the districts alfected. 

Tlie Komyiia t'uiuicil immediately wiied to me asking; that 1 would meet a 
representative yatliei in>;- oi farmers at Koingiia on tiie ^4th July. 1 consented, 
and the proceedings at this meeting are indicated in the annexed cutting* from the 
press "A." 

Thereafter by aj)pointnient 1 met a( t'athcart a deputation from the Council of 
that district. Atlcr lu-ariuir tiic oojcct of my mission, followed hy a short discus- 
sion on the suhject. I desired the de]jutiition to place their views in writinji' foi' my 
guidance. Herewith I enclose their report' dated 14th August, " ii." These 
gentlemen desired me to note thai in regard to what had transj)ired before the 
Commission at King William's Town, the local |)ui)lic had not been consulted either 
before or after proceedings, and that (hey, the deputation, were disagreeably sur- 
prised to hear of the suggestion made by witnesses in reference to the Kei farms. 

Uu the (jtli instant 1 met the Stutterlieim t'ouncli, and, at their desire, attended 
on the 6th idem a large gathering of local farmers. The minutes* of proceedings 
thereat are annexed hereto (press cutting) " C" 

At the close of this meeting I discussed with the Isidenge Natives the question 
affecting their country. At first they opposed the ])rini'iple of segregation. I 
showed them the practical lesult to them of the absence of such a law in the loss to 
them and the gain to Europeans of about 50 of their original holdings. They then 
saw the wisdom of the movement, and went on to urge that the isidenge lots should 
in their entirety be declared Native area, they having originally been granted to 
members of their race. I pointed out that the Surveyor's records indicated, as to 
tiie original grants, that they were just about evenly divided, and the piesent posi- 
tion was that the Euro])eans lield two out of every three sections, their holdings 
being further alwut seven limes the area of tiiat of the Natives. I pointed out that 
if it was decided that the one race was to have the whole ai-ea there was no question 
as to who would get it. I then indicated to them the lines of sub-division as out- 
lined in my recommendation on the matter. According to this, it was shown to 
them, they would lose about three lots and gain ap]iioximately fifty. They were 
thankful for my good eiVorts on their behalf, and thougii, with the usiuil Native 
caution, they did not openly and collecli\('ly accept the ])ro])osition, there is no 
doubt that they will do so wlicn, and if, my suggestion is accepted and ])romul- 
gated. 

I was asked by these peo|)lc to point out the inconvenience tiiey suffered by 
reason of their being no (iovernment Headman apjjointed to supeivise and to repre- 
sent them before those in authority. 

I suggested that they re))resent their case to the magistrate of the district, as 
I had no authority to deal with such matters. 

On the 19th instant I met the Natives oi cupying the Kei farms in the Stutter- 
lieim district at the Lugllo. Tiiey asked that the Goveiiiment allocate to their 
race the farms bordering on the liver, together with a line of farms on the up-lands 
adjoining, in order that their children might be in a ])osition to acquire these pro- 
peities. They argued, as against the contention that Natives contaminated tTieir 
European neighbour, that their situation alongside the white man would tend to 
remove their inherited weaknesses, with the result that ultimately they would 
improve to sui'h an extent that they would no longer iie undesirable neighbours. 
I failed to fi;ei the Stutterheim farmers to accept this view. 

I visited the Mooiplaats on the 23rd inst., and discussed with the European 
(German) occupiers of the sections it is proposed to declare Native area the advis- 
ahility, in the interests of the community of ultimately placing Natives on tliis 
ground. 

To my surprise these people heartily concurredt in the principle of segregation, 
and readily fell in with my views. They lai.sed not the least objection to the ])ro- 
jiosal. I encouraged them in the line ado])ted by pointing out that since Natives 
could buy land in so few districts in the future that very good prices would be 
obtainable when they wished to sell. 

I subsequently made private inquiry as to why these ])eople so readily " capi- 
tulated," and was told that a rumour was current that I was coming to evict the 
(rcrmans and confiscate their land, and that when thev learned from me the truth 



• Not printed. 

t XoTE. — A suhsfqnert written communication wan rpceived by (;he Commission from certain of the 

European owners strongly objecting to their land being included in a Native area. 



ApPENDtX VIII. 9 

roncpining the lueasures proposed ny tlje (joverument they were happy to raise no 
opjjosition. I left a few liours later and had uo meaus of verifying this explana- 
tion. I should be sorry to think it was correct, and that these unfortunates should 
have discussed their jjosition from so wrong a j)latfoim. 

On the 25th instant I received the annexed letter* from the Secretary of the 
Komgha Divisional Council (dated 21st August, 1915), " D." In view of the fact 
tliut I have already consulted witli the public of this district I do not feel called 
upon to again visit Ivomglia. I may mention, in conclusion, that I have also 
travelled in the Kei Valley from tlie neigliboui'hood of the Uridge on the Transkei 
load down to a s])ot from whence I could see neaily to the mouth of the river. In 
(lie Studerlieim District I again visited the Kei and inspected the faims Lugilo, 
Siiallmiore, Bulls Ifiui, Cow Mead. A])efiel(i, (iame Lands, Kei (iate, Inversomo. 
and several otheis. 'I'hese aic lypical Kei ^'al1ey farms, and ai'e largely owned or 
(iccujiied by Natives. 

I much regret that time and opporluiiiiv would not allow of my visiting the 
Kei faiius in tlie Cathcart District, which were referred to in evidence. I was 
ciedibly informed by those accjuainted well with the country tliat the}- were exactly 
similar in value and possil)ilities to those in Stutterheim which I saw. 

The Isidenge area and the Mooiplaats-Kwelera sections I also carefully in- 
spected and inquired upon. 

Findings. 
Great Kei Valley Farms. 

A number of farms, as indicated upon the various maps supplied, in the Kei 
Valley as it passes through the distiicts of Catlu-art, Stutterheim and Komgha, are 
owned or occupied liy Xati\es. 

On the highlands adjoiiiiug tliese farms (he country is occupied, especiallj- in 
the first two districts named, by jirosperous sheep farmers. Komgha is rapidly 
becoming a sheep farming district, and there is not tlie least doubt that in the 
course of a comparatively few years it will rival the other two districts named. 

The farms in tlie valley, esjjecially those now occupied by the Natives, would 
not carry sheep on account of the heat prevailing in the low lands. Cattle farming 
was attempted, but the prevalence of ticks, more particularly in the l)ush veld pai-ts. 
rendered this industry unprofitable. Agricultural pursuits were, under the circum- 
stances, quite an impossibility. It is not difficult, therefore, to understand that 
land in these ])arts of the country would be of very little value, and owners would 
be ])repared to welcome the arrival of the Native lessee or sciuatter. Thus began 
what is humourously styled '' Black Persian " farming. On account of his 
limited requirements, and with small winnings from his gardens and cattle, sup- 
plemented with liberal cash returns from the Gold Mines, the Kaffir could maintain 
iiimself, and, when in sufficient numbers, he could pay a handsome return to his 
landlord. 

With the advent of East Coast Fever a great change has come over tlie entire 
Frontier. The tick which some years rendered the most valuable cattle ranching 
country in this Province almost valueless for stock of any description has been 
attacked and destroyed completely. Farmers have taken lieart again, and well- 
bred stock has been imjiorted, and the industry has again been started. 

In the distrifit of Komgha there are thre-.' Native farms situate contiguously on 
the Kei. One of these is, perhaps, the most valuable property in that locality, as 
it has excellent irrigation ])0ssibilities, and as a cattle and sheep farm it is not to be 
excelled. The other two are also valuable properties with great possibilities. Of 
these one is owned by a number of Natives who purchased it in co-pai"tnership, the 
original purchaser (among wlionil in some cases having died his heirs are sharing 
occupation. By this means a location of Kaffirs, it is said, will soon be created. 
The owner of another is dead, and the heirs are living on the farm, and in regard 
to the third, the owner having died, an attorney who managed the estate recently 
disappeared with a large sum of money raised upon a mortgage bond. On the pro- 
perties next to these T noticed a flock of several thousands of veiy highly-bred sheep. 
the prt)pertv of "Mr. Arnold, the celebrated .sheep breeder of Cathcart District. 

Bitter complaints were made to me by farmers around, some of whom were not 
of the extremist, unreasonable type so very prevalent. They coiniilained that these 
Native-owned farms, with, a front door upon European-owned sheep farms, and a 
back exit on Kaffirdom. formed an excellent an(l convenient means whereby to 
annex valuable stock with little chance of detection. It was urged that the fear of 



• Not jirintod. 

[V.G. 10 '16.1 



10 Appendix VIII. 

reprisal preveuted the ordiuaiy Nalive resident from interfering with the bold law- 
h'ss class of dopri-'dalor. There may lie soiiietiiues an element of exaggeration hi 
these statements, Imt there is also much truth in the comjilaiuts. 

The Kei farms in the district of Stutterheim occupied by jS'atives are more 
nTimerous, as will lie noticed from the map. While in the Cathcart District there 
ajipears to be only one block of leu pro[ierties owned or leased by these i)eople. 

r'rom an inspection and eiKjuiry upon the spot in icfiard to the former it was 
aiiumlantly manifest that tiie statement to the effect that tliese fauns are of little 
value, and fit only for iSative occupation, was by no means correct.. At the pre- 
•■-ent time, when a most distressing' droU};ht is plunging the country into depths of 
misery, there are slaughter cattle of no mean order coming daily ott this veld, and 
^tock in large numbers are faring very well here, while from very valuai)le pro- 
perties not many miles otf, all stock, both large and small, have been removed in 
many instances to the well-giassed slopes of the Kei \ alley. 

It is a fact that the properties under discussion are just now not very attractive 
to the white nmn. The reason is not far to seek. Tiiese farms have to be made, 
i'ences have to be erected, at times over very difficult country, roads have to be laid 
out, in .some |)arts in the sliajie of cultiiigs where dynamite and engineering skill 
must be brought into play, and thereafter homesteads will have to be put up. .lust 
now cattle running in tliese localities are subjected to close interval dipping, and 
I']ast Coast Fever restrictions are a great handicap. Under these circumstances it 
may well be understood that tlie near prosjiects are not inviting to the class of 
farmer who occupies laud in this country, and who is generally of the well-to-do 
and contented class. 

An illustratiou will serve to indicate my meaning. ifr. •!., who owns five or 
six farms in the district, is tlu; oroprictor of a farm on I be river. Asked why he 
did not cultivate assiduously the extensive deposits of silt land on the river banks, 
where he admitted he could grow anything uj) to 2M){) bags of mealies per season, 
replied that he had not the time or means to constitict the load necessary to remove 
the grain out of the valley, lie went tm to say that he would leave this, together 
with extensive aiid easy-to-be-made irrigation works to those who came after him. 
He was satisfied to run bis cattle at certain seasons of the year mi the place. Tlii> 
is the spirit which seems to [)ervade the atmosphere. 

There are already evidences that a change will soon come about, and thai 
these farms now neglected will be made to ])rodnce abundantly. 

Toucliing the (juestion of inacc(>ssibility I am of opinion that in tlie sjiace of 
a few years jirogressive men who are daily coming forward in search of new land 
will take these farms up and make them, and that the outlay will be justified by 
the result. 1 have, therefore, come to the conclusion that on the score of possi- 
bilities for successful Eurojieau occupation there is abundant reason to think that 
the white man can farm on these pro])erties now with ])ro(it to himself. 

Coming to the (|uestion of a justification to disj)Ossess the Native now in occu- 
pation, it will be noticed that the farm jiroperties in this district are almost ex- 
clusively in the hands of the Kuropean. The area is, therefore, essentially a wliite 
man's heritage, and the units is U|ion the Native to prove why he should be allowed 
to remain, it being understood that it is not the intention to solve this difficulty by 
adopting a patch-work solution which will leave to ])osterity the evils which have 
given rise to the present movement. I know of no just: 'cat 'on to supjioi't the 
Native view. The force of circumstances opened the door to his entry, and as I lie 
circumstances which militated in his favour no longer exist it would seem that he 
should go. In coming to this conclusion I am niiinlfnl of the fact that no vested 
rights of individuals are threatened. 

Finally, T would lefer to the burning element of sentiment which seems to 
have no limit at times in the mind of t!ie white man. Everywhere it has been 
urged upon me in most definite terms that the country under discussion is a 
"white man's country," that the Native waged war on the white man, and at the 
conclusion the (ireat Kei was fixed as the boundary between the two races, the fact 
being evidenced in that the Euroiiean is not allowed to ])urcha'<e farms in the 
country allotted to his oiijionent. By what course of reasonable argument can the 
fTOvernment now suggest what is virfinillv flic alteration of the iMiuiulary as fixed at 
the conclusion of hostilities, this bnini' flu- piacf ic^il tcsuU followiiii^p the adoption 
of the measure under discussion. 

Ifidcinjc Scclions. 

In dealing with this (juestion T have for ready reference prepared the ac- 
companying map.* The sections marked in red ink are occupied by Native owners, 

• Not printed. 



Appendix VIII. 11 

and the red cross indicates a Xative lessee. From an inspection of this it will be 
observed Ihat the Xative owjied lots piedoiiiiiiate in the central portion of the 
settlemeiil. [n attempt iiii;- to strike a dividing line, this being tlie only course 
feasible, I have striven to follow the line of occu|)a!ion as at present held by either 
race. According- to this tiie Xative is considerably the gainer. To endeavour any 
further incisions upon sub-division Xo. 5 with a view to reli>*ving isolated European 
owned sections would tend to defeat the object of the whole niovenjont and reduce 
the effort to an absurdity. Seeinp- that the Xative has given place to the white 
man in other parts of the district. I think he should be treated ])erhaps a little 
generously here. 

Kvelera-Maoi fjlaatf . — Tlie area indicated on the map supplied and schedule 
accompanying. I have recommended for Xative occupation. 

It will be noticed tiiat it is laruely occupied by Xatives. It adjoins the Mooi- 
plaats scheduled area. The Ruiopeans who occupy the small sections under con- 
sideration are very hard ])ut to it to make a very eiistence from their lands. Thev 
live from hand to mouth, and thouij-h perhaps otherwise very worthy folk they arc 
sadly lacking in much that proves the supei-iority nf the white over the lilack. The 
man who is responsilije for closer settlement such as this is. so verv far from mar- 
kets, atid upon such poor soil with steep and sour pasturage of so limited extent, 
failed to give the matter wise consideration. Only a Kaffir, with his limited re- 
quirements, could be expected to exist upon .such terms. 

Again, in view of the fact that the Native must forego rights in other parts of 
this district he .should, I think, be considerately treated here. 

I mav mention that T did not meet the Xatives on this settlement, nor did I 
discuss the matter with them. In view of the fact that I had decided to recommend 
their ocmpation of the present Exiropean owned sections I did not think it wise to 
allow them to hear what took place between the Germans and myself, lest in ac- 
cordance with their peculiar metliods they should liecome aggi'essive and annovinj; 
to their European neighbours. 



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s. d. 
£dncation Commi»eion, Report of, 1911 (Dntoh) ... ^ 
fidacatiOD Commission, Minnteaof Evidence, Tjl. 1-1^ 

1911 (English only) each 5 

fzplosive Act with Regulations, 1911 1 

■Geodetic Survey of Sonth Africa, Vol. I., 1894.- ... 7 6 
Do. Do. Vol. II., 1899 ... 10 6 

Oetlafht Pegiiter der Oude Kauptche Familien : 

Vol. 1, A-J, i Oloth nett 7 6 

Do. i Calf U 

Vol. 2, A-0, i Oloth nett 7 6 

Do. Oloth 11 6 

Do. J Calf 17 

Vol. 3, P-Z, 4 Cloth nett 7 6 

Do. Cloth 13 9 

Do. i Calf 80 

1 Set Vols. 1, 2 and 3, i Oloth nettP 21 
Gazette, (ape Ooit, Proolamations and Principal 

Govt. Notices, Index to, 1803—1881 6 6 

fiazette, Cape Oott. Proclamations and Principal 

Govt. Notices, Index to, 1881— 1891 * *■ 

Gazette, Cave (rort. Prooliimationa and Principal 

Govt. Notices, Index to, 1891 — 1901 6 6 

Gazette, Cape Govt. Index to, to Jane, 1906 

(J yearly) ..'. •... ... .,; ', ... each 1 6 

■dazeite, Cape Sort. Index to, July, 1906, to 

December, 1909 (J yearly) ... "... . ... each 2 6 

Gazette, Cape (iitrt. Index to, January, 1910, to HOth 

May, 1910 „ 3 6 

Gazette, Cnion Sort. Index Co, June to September, 

1910 nett 6 

Gazette, Onien Oott., Index to, Jauuary, 1911 to De- 
cember, 1912 (i yearly) ... - nett .'■) 

Gazette, ( 'ape Official, Index to, June to Deoember, 

1910. ... ... '.. ... 1 6 

Gazette, Cape Official, Index to, Jannary to Jane, 

1911 ..; ... .... ... ... 1 

Gazette, Ccipe Offieial, Index to, July, 1911, to Decem- 
ber. 1912 1 6 

Griqnaland West, Laws of, 1871-1880. S 6 

H^torioal Documents (Th«al Dutch, 1896, Vole. 

1 and 2 each 1 6 

Historical Documents (ThenI), Dutch, 1911, Vol. 3 .;. 12 6 
Horse, Diseases of and tlieir treatment, by Dr. 

Hutcheon (EnglisKor l>ntch) 4 

Honsa of Assembly, Iniifx to Annexnres and 

Printed Papers, I8.^4-!<7, 1R98-1903 and 1904- 

1910 each 7 6 

HouBe of Assembly, Standiqj; Rules and Orders 

of, 1912, English or Dutch, each 3 6 

Irrigation Act with Regulations, 1912 2 

Justices of tho Peace, Manual for the guidfce 

of, I891(Tennant) 10 



Kaffir War of 1 835, Documents relating to the (Theal) 10 6 

Leprosy, Handbook on, 1896 (Impey) 

Liquor Laws, 1900... ■ 

Liquor Laws Commission, 1889-1890, Report of 



Jfarine Investigations in South Africa, Vol. I. 

Do. Do. VoLII. 

Do. Do. VoLIII. ... 

Do. Do. Vol. IV. ... 

Do. Do. Vol. V. 

Marriage Laws, 19)3 

Marriage Law Amendment Act ,\o. 11 of 1906 

Masters' andServsnts' Act. 18*<9. Dutch 

Miners' Phthisis Commission Report of the, 1911, 
English or Dutoh ... each 



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10 


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20 





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20 





20 





10 


6 


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4 


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Mines Works and Machinery Aot with Regulations, 

1911 

Municipalities, Acts of Parliament relating to 
MuDuipalities, Ordinance relating (No. 10-1913) 
(Kngliah and Dutch) 

Native Locations Commission, Report on, 1901 
Native Territories!, Statutets, Proclamations and 
Government Notices in force on the 30th 

June, 1907 Linen covers 

Do. Do. Bound, non-interleaved 

Ordinances, Cape Provincial 1911 

Do. do. do. 1912 

Do. Natal do. 1911 

Do. do. do. 1912 

Do. Orange Free State Provincial, 19u 

Do. do. do 1913 ... 

Do. Transvaal Provincial, 1911-12 

Patents : Acts to provide for the granting, in thia 

Colony for Inventions 

Postal Route Map, Mounted on Rollers 

Do. do. Unmounted 

Practical Orchard Work at the Cape (Mae Owoa 

icPfllana), 1896 .' ... 

Precious Minerals Act, No. 31, 1898 

Do. Do. ■ I'iment, No. 16, 1907 ... 

Do. Do. , ..tions) 

PreoiousStones Aot, No. 11, 1899 

Do. Do. Amendment No. 27, 1907 
Public Health Act, 1902 .' 

Records of Cape Colony (Iheal), Vols. 3-35 (1799- 
April, 1831), per VoL ... 

Records of Cape Colony (Theal 1. Register of 
Contents, Vols. 1-.35 ... 

Records of South-East Africa (Tbaal), Vols. 3-9 
per Vol. 

Report by Mr. J. Conacber upon the distribution of 
Oversea Traffic between the South African Rail- 
ways and upon certain other matters relating 
thereto 

Rural Council, ^ules and Regulations for the 
Guidance of the ... ... ... ... nett 

Riflemen Training— Mounted, 1912 • ... 

Sheriff '« Instructions' (Revised) .;. 

Soldiers' Graves, Alphabetical List of (Linen Bound) 
Do. Do. (Full Bound) 

Do. Ii<, (Half Calf) ... 

Statute Law of the Cape of (iu'>d Hope. 1896 to 1900 
Do. Do. Do. Do. 1902 to 1906 

Statute Law of the Cape of ''>ood Hope, Index to, 
1896-1900 (Bound) 

Statute Law of the Cape of Good Hope, Index t?, 
1902-1906 (Stitched) 

Statistical Registers 

Supreme Court, Rujes of 

South Africa Act (tJnion) nett 

„ ,. „ Index to nett 

South .\frican National Oonvention Minutes, English 
or Dutch ' 

Trade aud Industries Commission, Report o' 1911, 

English or Dutch . ... each 

Transfer Duty, Law of, 1894 ... ; 

Transkeian Territories Penal Code, 1886, Index to ... 
Trout Fishing in Cape Colony, by D. W. Manning ... 



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